InstallingInstalling OCPM is an easy OFV File install, but sometimes, you get a MonitorLoop error. What I found was that the OVF file had reservations for CPU and memory. Reduce those to Zero (0) and you should startup fine.
The next problem will be installing the VMWare tools. On my instance of 6.5U3, the OVF file came in with an OS Type of Other/Other and the VMware tools install can't find a disk for Other. Shut it down, go into Edit Settings and the VP Options tab. Epand General and you'll find the OS Choices. I was able to successfully install using "Centos 4/5 or higher x64". Set the VM Options to that, save, and power it back up.
You should now beable to open the console, select VMRC, Manage, Install VMWare tools. You will see the console update automatically that it is installing the tools. Eventually, it will bring you to the start of the setup questions. Location.
It's Whack-A-Mole from here.