How to apply a virtual VMWARE image to a physical PC?

I have created with VM Converter an image of Windows 2003 from a PC. Then I gave some system modifications to this OS under VMWARE Workstation 6.5. Now I want to deploy this image on the physical PC.
Thank to help me on procedure.
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vmwarun - ArunConnect With a Mentor Commented:
                         I found this on the VMware Website.

Virtual to Physical Documentation and Sample Configurations -
A simple way would be to create an image of the Hard drive and then apply the image to the physical server.
vikasjusConnect With a Mentor Commented:
You can use virtual to physical converter of VM. I think it is paid. Try with other trial version tools. One more option is if you have symantec backup utility which also provide V to P facility.
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za_mkhConnect With a Mentor Commented:
You can use Ghost to clone your virtual machine hard drive to your Physical PC.
So start up ghost in your VM ( I normally use a BartPE CD with Ghost 8 installed), and then boot the physical PC with another copy of the same BartPE cd, and then use ghost to clone the drive via network.
I have successfully P2V->V2P this way ... ie HP laptop to VM image ... and then we needed it portable again so V2P it to a few toshiba laptops! And this was a few years ago!
Platespin will do this on the fly..
hlassouedAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your help.
I will try the VMWARE solution proposed by arunraju because it doesn't need third party tools in the case of Windows OS.  
za_mkh's proposol seems worh to try.
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