Migrating VirtualCenter to different ESX host

I am attempting to Migrate my VirtualCenter from ESX104 to ESX103. I logged in directly to ESX104 and performed guest shutdown. I then removed VirtualCenter from my Inventory. Now I logged into ESX103 and im trying to add the VirtualCenter from the datastores as noted on a VMware board. Problem is I cant locate the datastores.

Im running VMware 2.5 client and VMware ESX 3.5

JustinMcAllisterAsked:
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JustinMcAllisterAuthor Commented:
Under ESX server Summary Resources your Datastores are located. I had 9 of them. I just searched until I found one with virtualcenter.vmx and right clicked this to add to esx103. Then a power on fixed my Issue.

I know there was no assistance but I am posting this so others who have simular issue have a solution.

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