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I have a new server running VMware 5.0. I have created a VM on the server with Windows 2008 R2 Standard as the OS. I am trying to run the VM converter to move an existing physical terminal server to the new VM. The terminal server is running Windows 2008 Standard. The VM converter completes but I can't boot the new VM because of an error. Windows\System32\Drivers\ksecdd.sys is corrupt 0xC000098. How can I repair this error in the VM?
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In Vmware 5.0 how to I get the VM to boot from the DVD?
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Upload the DVD (ISO) to the datastore. Edit the VM Settings and connect the ISO to the VM.
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Is the VM set to use the LSI SCSI storage adapter?
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