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I have created a virtual machine using VMWare convertor (latest version) of a physical Server 2000 machine. When booting this image (using VMWare Workstation get a blue screen with the information


Now i have googled this and lots of people are stating it to do with SCSI drivers. When using the convertor i set the disk type to IDE, so it is not a SCSI disk.

I have tried the following

Adding VMWare SCSI Drivers (Through boot CD)
Rebuilt boot sector
Tried LKGC and All Safe Modes
Tried Adding Virtual SCSI CD Rom to see if that forced the drivers

I am running out of ideas and this really needs to be solved asap, i have attached the VMX file.
.encoding = "windows-1252"
config.version = "8"
virtualHW.version = "7"
memsize = "2668"
MemAllowAutoScaleDown = "FALSE"
displayName = "MICROSFDM"
guestOS = "win2000serv"
numvcpus = "2"
floppy0.present = "TRUE"
floppy0.autodetect = "TRUE"
floppy0.filename = "auto detect"
parallel0.present = "TRUE"
parallel0.fileType = "device"
parallel0.fileName = "auto-detect"
parallel0.autodetect = "TRUE"
parallel1.present = "TRUE"
parallel1.fileType = "device"
parallel1.fileName = "auto-detect"
parallel1.autodetect = "TRUE"
serial0.present = "TRUE"
serial0.fileType = "device"
serial0.fileName = "auto-detect"
serial0.autodetect = "TRUE"
serial1.present = "TRUE"
serial1.fileType = "device"
serial1.fileName = "auto-detect"
serial1.autodetect = "TRUE"
serial2.present = "TRUE"
serial2.fileType = "device"
serial2.fileName = "auto-detect"
serial2.autodetect = "TRUE"
usb.present = "TRUE"
ethernet0.present = "TRUE"
ethernet0.addressType = "generated"
ethernet0.connectionType = "bridged"
ethernet0.startConnected = "TRUE"
ethernet1.present = "TRUE"
ethernet1.addressType = "generated"
ethernet1.connectionType = "bridged"
ethernet1.startConnected = "TRUE"
ide0:0.present = "TRUE"
ide0:0.fileName = "MICROSFDM.vmdk"
ide0:1.present = "TRUE"
ide0:1.autodetect = "TRUE"
ide0:1.filename = "auto detect"
ide0:1.deviceType = "cdrom-raw"
mks.enable3d = "TRUE"
vmci0.present = "TRUE"
ehci.present = "TRUE"
annotation = ""
pciBridge0.present = "TRUE"
tools.upgrade.policy = "useGlobal"
pciBridge4.present = "TRUE"
pciBridge4.virtualDev = "pcieRootPort"
pciBridge5.present = "TRUE"
pciBridge5.virtualDev = "pcieRootPort"
pciBridge6.present = "TRUE"
pciBridge6.virtualDev = "pcieRootPort"
pciBridge7.present = "TRUE"
pciBridge7.virtualDev = "pcieRootPort"
extendedConfigFile = "MICROSFDM.vmxf"
virtualHW.productCompatibility = "hosted"
ethernet0.generatedAddress = "00:0c:29:e2:33:6b"
ethernet1.generatedAddress = "00:0c:29:e2:33:75"
uuid.location = "56 4d e3 7d d0 fb e1 c1-0a 6b 80 6d 0d e2 33 6b"
uuid.bios = "56 4d e3 7d d0 fb e1 c1-0a 6b 80 6d 0d e2 33 6b"
cleanShutdown = "TRUE"
replay.supported = "FALSE"
replay.filename = ""
ide0:0.redo = ""
pciBridge0.pciSlotNumber = "17"
pciBridge4.pciSlotNumber = "21"
pciBridge5.pciSlotNumber = "22"
pciBridge6.pciSlotNumber = "23"
pciBridge7.pciSlotNumber = "24"
usb.pciSlotNumber = "32"
ethernet0.pciSlotNumber = "33"
ethernet1.pciSlotNumber = "34"
ehci.pciSlotNumber = "35"
vmci0.pciSlotNumber = "36"
vmotion.checkpointFBSize = "67108864"
usb:0.present = "TRUE"
usb:1.present = "TRUE"
ethernet0.generatedAddressOffset = "0"
ethernet1.generatedAddressOffset = "10"
vmci0.id = "232928107"
usb:1.deviceType = "hub"
usb:0.deviceType = "mouse"
parallel1.startConnected = "FALSE"
parallel0.startConnected = "FALSE"
serial2.startConnected = "FALSE"
serial1.startConnected = "FALSE"
serial0.startConnected = "FALSE"
floppy0.startConnected = "FALSE"
scsi0.present = "TRUE"
scsi0.pciSlotNumber = "16"
tools.remindInstall = "TRUE"
scsi0:0.present = "FALSE"
ide1:0.present = "FALSE"

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vmwarun - ArunCommented:
Use VMware vConverter v3.0 (old version).This would solve the issue.
synergiqAuthor Commented:
Is there no way to fix this image, the server that the image was made from is quite a distance away.
vmwarun - ArunCommented:
I have seen people reporting Windows 2000 Conversion issues with vConverter 4.0.
However with vConverter 3.0, the issue had been resolved.

Alternatively, you can use imaging products such as Acronis Backup & Recovery, Norton Ghost or Storage Craft Shadow protect to take an image of the physical server and use VMware vConverter 4.0 to convert the image to a virtual machine.

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