Nikos 0 LVL 59 Overall: Level 59 Windows Server 2008 47 MS Virtual Server 11 Windows OS 7 Message Expert Comment by:Darius Ghassem2009-06-29 Seems that the disk size isn't the Very good results. One of the disks has failed and when I got a replacement, I've found out that another is failing as well. While configuring the SCSI ID should read SCSI 0:0. 6. http://forumyaren.com/disk-read/vmware-disk-read-error-occurred-converter.php
So confused... (also, something else that's weird: if I boot the working disk as a Primary Slave instead of a Primary Master, I get the same error...) –Mehrdad Apr 15 '12 There's nothing on that drive other than a boot loader (i.e. Pretty much, yup. Or maybe the physical server booted off a storage controller that is now absent in Hyper-V?
What happened to you with the Raid5 rebuild is about par for Raid5. A Disk Read Error Occurred Press Ctrl+alt+del To Restart If you do not want to use the LSI controllers, you need to set the controller to BUS logic instead (again before the conversion, not after). All I can say is that I have seen similar behavior in XP computers that have over-filled the system drive. find more Quicker and quieter than a mouse, what am I?
So far every worked fine in every aspect and every OS (Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP) until now when I am trying to add a vhd of a Windows XP Perhaps VHDResize is not updating a field when it performs the modifications. I'm just shooting some thoughts here: Is the system partition inside the vhd set as active? It took around one hour to convert 60 GB data (included required two partitions).This will be an ideal way to move your working physical computer to VirtualBox on different host computer
As for the host, I would surmise that the reason that it can correctly read the disk is because the software that mounts the VHD file is somehow masking the error. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/330153-disk-read-error-has-occurred-press-ctl-alt-del-to-restart-esxi-4-1 www.scvmm2012.com (TR Language) Please note that I'm not a Microsoft Representative or SpokesPerson. Hyper-v A Disk Read Error Occurred Press Ctrl+alt+del Now the server is up and running!!! 0 Featured Post Why do Marketing keep bothering you? If you want to use the LSI-Logic controller (SCSI) you need to first install the LSI drivers inside of windows, prior to the conversion, else you get boot errors.
the problem here simply can't be due to this. –Mehrdad Apr 16 '12 at 7:04 What Windows does exactly during boot remains a mystery. have a peek at these guys Then created VM using virtualbox and MS VPC, but in both cases I get a common message at boot up "Missing Operating System". Helpful, Mike, thanks... Is it because I'm running Hypervisor on RAID0 now and the original VM was running on Hypervisor on RAID5? 0 Serrano OP Best Answer ErikFest Apr 29, 2013 at 4:47
As Bootmgr does not use the BIOS or boot.ini, it apparently manages to use the MBR and to boot. Laura saysJune 13, 2012 at 11:53 am "In fact I virtualized my home PC and, running and taking screen prints on office PC. Sunday, June 30, 2013 7:00 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Came here searching for the exact same solution, and this solved it. check over here I haven't come across any errors while mounting it in Windows, but maybe that's just luck... –Mehrdad Apr 15 '12 at 22:50 In addition to the contents of the
Join & Write a Comment Already a member? You can mount the vhd in disk manager and right-click c: and choose "Mark partition as active", and see if that helps. If I am not mistaken, when Windows formats a disk, doesn't it create a small partition at the very end of it, or leave an unpartitioned area there?
When boot loader/recorder not found on any of the disks (Normally its on first partition - E drive for me) OS will not boot.So, my first method returned the following errorA I know we can figure it out after a few try/error but I'm going on vacations and want have this done on time. http://spiceworks-faqs.john-refactored.com/doku.php?id=virtualization:hypervisor-on-flash1 Mace OP John White Apr 29, 2013 at 8:42 UTC The error points to a bad copy of the vmdk and vmx. Monday, June 25, 2012 10:28 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Maybe you can use DISKPART utility to fix the boot partition.
The problem happens when I use VHDResize to resize it... share|improve this answer answered Jul 31 '13 at 5:10 user242114 11 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign Produce Dürer's magic square Trick or Treating in Trutham-And-Ly Is the sum of singular and nonsingular matrix always a nonsingular matrix? http://forumyaren.com/disk-read/virtualbox-windows-xp-a-disk-read-error-occurred.php Promoted by Neal Stanborough Is your marketing department constantly asking for new email signature updates?
More info: I made a sample VHD file illustrating (almost) the same problem which you can download here. You can mount the vhd in disk manager and right-click c: and choose "Mark partition as active", and see if that helps. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I may try and create a new VDI file from virtualbox and clone the Windows partition to it and make it the primary just so I know.
You might say that I take it too literally; so, please also take a look at the drive's properties using Windows Explorer (mount it in the disk manager) which should give You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion. Then add it as an existing disk - navigate to the location of the disk and select to add it into the virtual machine. Have you tried running the startup repair utility found on the installation media?
The las hurdle now is getting windows server activared. 0 Serrano OP ErikFest Apr 30, 2013 at 12:14 UTC LarryCK wrote: ErikFest, You suggest that I install I think that the correct procedure should have been from the 127GB VHD to turn off in XP the pagefile and system restore, clear the Recycle bin, defragment the disk with I've tried changing Disk Controller from BusLogic to SCSI, tried creating new virtual disk of the same size (vmkfstools -c 100G new.vmdk) and then changing new.vmdk to point to my original I was using a VMware Converter Standalone 4 on a vCenter 4 platform.
Dinesh saysMarch 7, 2011 at 5:11 am AV- Anti Virus Software Its better to remove from Physical computer before conversion, just a suggestion. Can any one please help me out to boot this VNode?Thanks 7430Views Tags: none (add) This content has been marked as final. sammy saysApril 11, 2011 at 12:36 pm When I open Disk2VHD I have 2 options in the List 1. nothing), so the existence of a page file isn't exactly exactly relevant (see the NT startup process...
Now edit the .vmdk file of the VM which is the primary disk file with your favorite editor - vi or nano (I prefer vi). 3. I will consider this in future. Convoluted, but as you just proved, it works. 0 This discussion has been inactive for over a year.