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Re:MyOldPC, have W2K.vmdk file, what next? 9 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 52
somehow, it does not seem to be finished. Did your machine boot during the middle of conversion?

This is a typical log file:

Copy partition table sectors: 7e00, num of sectors: 63, partition type: 0x7
Copy partition table sectors: 1834f2c00, num of sectors: 12691350, partition type: 0xf
Copy partition table sectors: 1834faa00, num of sectors: 63, partition type: 0x7
DeviceIoControl(IOCTL_DISK_GET_PARTITION_INFO_EX) error: 1
Volume used space: 5.26 GB

DeviceIoControl(IOCTL_DISK_GET_PARTITION_INFO_EX) error: 1
Volume used space: 6.35 GB

Connecting to Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service...
Connected to Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service successfully.
MountMiniDisk(), ret=0x0, targetNumber=0, lunNumber=0
AssignDriveLetterToRegions(): regionCount=3
AssignDriveLetterToRegions(): pRegions[0].regionType=3
AssignDriveLetterToRegions(): Find a primary region: start=32256, length=6498025472, fsId=129094141492132722
AssignDriveLetterToRegions(): region mounted to Z:
AssignDriveLetterToRegions(): pRegions[1].regionType=5
AssignDriveLetterToRegions(): pRegions[2].regionType=4
AssignDriveLetterToRegions(): Find a primary region: start=6497971200, length=7065305088, fsId=129094141492132725
AssignDriveLetterToRegions(): region mounted to Y:
Processing mapped drive Z: of the new disk...
NTFS boot sector, number of heads: 255
Extent[0], DiskNumber=3, StartingOffset=0x7e00, ExtentLength=0x1834eae00
Processing mapped drive Y: of the new disk...
NTFS boot sector, number of heads: 255
Extent[0], DiskNumber=3, StartingOffset=0x1834faa00, ExtentLength=0x1a522b800
Virtual disk has been successfully prepared: F:\MyOldPCs\REMOTESOFT\REMOTESOFT.vmdk.
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#1339
Re:MyOldPC, have W2K.vmdk file, what next? 9 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 52
if you don't see something like: "Virtual disk has been successfully prepared: F:\MyOldPCs\REMOTESOFT\REMOTESOFT.vmdk."

the conversion might have aborted somewhere.
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I would like to attach an image of the error I get. What format do I need to use? I tried jpg and bmp, but the preview does not show anything.
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Re:MyOldPC, have W2K.vmdk file, what next? 9 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 52
jpg is fine, click img, then submit, no preview
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Re:MyOldPC, have W2K.vmdk file, what next? 9 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 0
This is the error I get after running VMLite Wizard:
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Re:MyOldPC, have W2K.vmdk file, what next? 9 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 52
Open another vmlite workstation, go to menu File , Virtual Media Manager
Select the vmdk file, click Remove to unregister

Make sure you click Keep at last dialog so the disk file is not really deleted
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