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Cannot boot VM after P2V using XenConvert.

Posted on 2010-11-23
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Did P2V of W2003 using XenConvert 2.2. It has only C:\ and I shrinked it to 60 GB. Conversion went fine, log file-no problems. Now I cannot boot VM: after half a second of "blue screen" it always restarting.
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Can you boot to safe mode? If so turn off "Automatically restart" in Startup and Recovery under System properties. Then you can see what is happening when it blue screens.
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