|17 Apr 2012||#1|
P2V Failed: Unable to find the system volume...
Thanks to those of you who helped me on my last problem. I managed to figure out that I have to use the VCenter Converter Standalone itself separately to get it to work out better. I am currently able to boot my VM, but my files are corrupted so it sends me to a restore method. I attempted to restore from my external HD and it seemed to work, but then it gave me an error. Obviously it has something to do with the error i got at around 98% while converting. Here is a screenshot:
This is on the left side of the box:
This is on the right side of the box:
How do I fix this so reconfiguration works out?
Thanks again to anyone who has a suggestion
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|18 Apr 2012||#6|
I don't know how to help you. I never had that problem, or anything other like that !
But, I found on VMware Forums something that can help you.
VMware Communities: FAILED: Unable to find the system...
If that link can't help you... You can try to register on VMware and post your problem on VMware forums.
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