Installing ESXi 6.0 with NVIDIA Card Gives Fatal Error 10: Out of Resources

Thanks much to the original author of this post in the Cisco community, I was able to find the answer quickly. Figured I’d put it here in case anyone else hits it as well since the error message is a little off.

https://communities.cisco.com/community/technology/datacenter/ucs_management/blog/2014/02/17/error-loading-toolst00-fatal-error-10-out-of-resources-cisco-ucs-c240-m3-server-with-esxi-55

Decompressed MD5: 00000000000000000000000000000000

Fatal Error: 10 (Out of Resources)

Fatal

fatal2

 

Change the following MMCFG base parameter to 2 and you can install AOK.

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5 comments on “Installing ESXi 6.0 with NVIDIA Card Gives Fatal Error 10: Out of Resources
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  3. Shane says:

    Getting this exact error on HP Proliant DL380p Gen8 server that has nVIDIA cards in it. Was getting some NMI error (h/w based error that updating the BIOS firmware resolved), now upon unpacking vSphere6 from USB, I get the Decompressed MD5 error. Any idea how to resolve it on a Proliant? Assume there’s a BIOS setting maybe, but not sure where a “MMCFG” setting is on a Proliant BIOS.
    Thanks!
    @coolsport00

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  5. […] Even a quick Google search on this particular error message leads to several solutions here and here where the recommendation was to either disable or reduce the amount of memory for MMIO within the […]

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