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When I go into the Settings of the VM to add a SCSI drive you have multiple choices wondering why Disk 0 says disk in use?  Have seen that with adding an IDE drive as well so, have always picked a different drive number, but could never find an answer to the question.
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for scsi drive 0 is the controller itself.
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So cannot use?
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correct since it is already used
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