I am having a great deal of trouble in virtualizing a Windows 7 installation of a physical machine. The machine is an Intel NUC Skull Canyon. It has two NVMe drives. One runs Windows 7, and the other runs Windows 10. I was able to get the Windows 10 installation working on a VM (which is of no matter), but I can't seem to get Windows 7 to boot. It will start loading Windows, but it reboots, and recommends running startup repair, which is not able to help. Is there any hope of getting this going? I really need to virtualize the PC because it is running software that I purchased, but the companies are no longer in business, and I don't have the setup files any longer. They have dependencies and license files (or perhaps registry data) that need to be registered/put into place. I have tried doing this with Disk2vhd as well as VMWare Converter Standalone, and using VirtualBox or VMWare. I am happy to use whichever product, as long as it will work properly. Thanks in advance.