This is using Sysinternal Disk2VHd utility to P2v a HP proliant physical server. There are altogether 5 partitions - C:, E:, F:, G:, & H: drive. C: & E: & H: are 44 GB / 44 GB / 47 GB; They are belong to disk1. F: & G:, 66 GB each, belong to disk 0. This is using MS Windows 2003 R2 32-bit.
I used Disk2VHd to copy disk 1 and created a single vhdx file. Later that, I formed a VM with this vhdx file attached to the IDE 0. It failed to boot, and I booted with a w2k3 CD, and choose to fixboot, fixmbr, and bootcfg /rebuild. But still, now it shows blank screen. Some articles told me that this is because the IDE 0 disk can not be more than 127 Gb, correct?
How to solve the problem? thanks in advance.
1. Download an evaluation of System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) from there and deploy in a Hyper-V Environment:
2. Perform your task via SCVMM with this step-by-step tutorial:
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