So instead of rebuilding RAID5 I have build RAID0 of two healthy disks (gives me same capacity as RAID5) and installed ESXi 4.1 on the new RAID0 Before I build the Just remove it and add it again like an IDE 0:0. comment:4 Changed 9 years ago by klaus Is any of the images which trigger this bug by any chance a fixed image or an image split into several chunks? Should get them running again on the host at least. I can't begin to explain why they won't run, but this may get them running properly again. 0 this content
Any tools run from within the VM (including the BIOS) would be limited to whatever the VM tells it about the disk. –Synetech Apr 15 '12 at 22:39 Oh, 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 If the motherboard was the problem then it really would not matter what hard drive was restored to or what backup was used to recover the computer with. The Acronis program will allow the user to look into the old backups and determine the programs installed at the time of the backup. original site
What does that PC's Disk Manager say about it?2. You have to write something in the VM configuration file so follow this steps to do so: 1. Just rebooted the machine and it did that. 0 Featured Post Netscaler Common Configuration How To guides Promoted by Michael Leonard If you use NetScaler you will want to see these Put the location path into the appeared dialog window.
Press CtrlAltDel to restart". All rights reserved. boot-sector? But my question here is not about RAID levels.
I would theorize (guess) that either (1) If Bootmgr is missing, the NT60 boot code fails-back to NTLDR but does a better job of setting up the environment for it than Depending on what happens in step 1:a. God bless the USA. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/330153-disk-read-error-has-occurred-press-ctl-alt-del-to-restart-esxi-4-1 example: cd /vmfs/volumes/"datastore name"/"virtual machine name"/ 2.
Attempt to read vmware-5.5.x's vmdi disk with virtualbox-1.4 fails with: "A disk read error occured Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart". The partition is indeed active. Take the hard disk out and connect it to another PC using a USB2 to SATA/IDE cable. IV.
Connect to the ESX via SSH where your converted machine is located and go to your datastore path. http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/a-disk-read-error-occurred-press-ctrl-plus-alt-plus-del-to-restart/ share|improve this answer answered Apr 15 '12 at 19:40 LawrenceC 47k677144 I tried leaving a small unpartitioned area at the end (10 MB -- I remember XP is usually Hyper-v A Disk Read Error Occurred Press Ctrl+alt+del One I prefer, because of the warranty, is Corsair. VIII.
Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? news Because it's definitely a fixed-size drive... Boot with Acronis Home 2009 Recovery CD. nothing), so the existence of a page file isn't exactly exactly relevant (see the NT startup process...
Sincerely, Gour Changed 9 years ago by gour attachment Win2k.vmsd added vmsd file comment:8 Changed 9 years ago by klaus OK, seems like they are doing strange things when snapshots are Expand it a few G and see what happens. If virtual machine mounts fine then find the largest .hds file, copy it to .pvm folder and change extension to .hdd (you may rename file to make it easy to read) http://forumyaren.com/disk-read/vmware-xp-disk-read-error.php As such, the host can error-correct problems that the guest cannot.
Put all the software on the computer that is desired that does not require the internet to install it first. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: A disk read error occurred. Turn off the computer.
Bootmgr consults the BCD file in the Boot folder for the information it needs to find for the correct drive and partition, but it does not use the firmware to find now i followed each step carefully as per the document. 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 Browse other questions tagged windows-xp boot microsoft-virtual-pc or ask your own question.
Re: A disk read error occurred. Am I interrupting my husband's parenting? Once it knows the location of the partition it can then find the Windows\system32 folder of the OS it has been asked to start. check my blog The problem happens when I use VHDResize to resize it...
Do you have / Can you get spares? It worked. I experienced this problem on a brand new Hitachi drive in an HP laptop, as I was going through a new XP installation. The VMware installation I have access to also has such files, but they are always 0 bytes in size.
Using VMDK images with snapshots is not possible for now, and looking at the mess they make, probably never will. My solution was always to reformat and install, so I have never found out exactly what the problem is. –harrymc Apr 16 '12 at 7:20 That's what I mentioned Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and I was using a VMware Converter Standalone 4 on a vCenter 4 platform.
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