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It fired right up - no problems. Reply Back says: May 4, 2015 at 1:21 pm Hello all, Thank Mike for your nice help … but i have bsod again on my vhdx (windows XP). Use vConverter to convert image to the ESX server, it knows about it natively and is usually seemless 0 LVL 21 Overall: Level 21 VMware 19 Virtualization 8 Message Assisted However - the only thing that I did to fix it was downloaded the SP4 rollup, installed in on the Windows 2000 server and reran the VConvertor to do a P2V his comment is here

I will try this and provide results. 0 LVL 42 Overall: Level 42 VMware 30 Virtualization 16 Message Assisted Solution by:paulsolov paulsolov earned 120 total points ID: 248069762009-07-08 For Windows Extract with vmscsi-1.2.0.4.flp with 7zip to original server. Rookie mistake 🙂 Reply Mark says: June 11, 2013 at 6:23 pm Top Banana! Privacy statement  © 2016 Microsoft. https://communities.vmware.com/thread/206168?tstart=0

We wanted to control services startup. Reply rodrigo says: September 18, 2013 at 6:41 pm Nice One… Thanks Reply Skip to main content Follow UsPopular TagsTroubleshooting How To... Exactly what I needed for a 2008R2 and 2003R2 P2V. Related Post navigation ← Previous Post Higher Ed: Virtualizing Banner Unified Digital Campus withVMwareNext Post → What's your VM chargebackmodel?

Reply CS says: June 25, 2015 at 3:45 pm Worked perfectly, thank you!! After successful first boot I prepared virtualized machine as described in my previous blog. If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? vmware-workstation boot physical-to-virtual share|improve this question asked Jun 1 '09 at 7:24 PowerApp101 2,29111428 What version of the service pack are you running?

We’ll assume you are using Windows 7 media. I applied all the fixes, but I now encounter another error: when booting, the SYSTEM file is missing. What fixed the issue was the info initially provided by za_mkh. Reply jlewis says: September 2, 2014 at 3:59 am Is there a way to automatically create or import the missing registry entries while the hive is loaded?

Join Now For immediate help use Live now! Another option is to use the P2V feature of SCVMM. asked 7 years ago viewed 13055 times active 5 years ago Blog Stack Overflow Podcast #96 - A Face Full of Code Related 1Will VMWare Converter P2V a non-ACPI 2000 server?3VMWare mars_seven said: RT @PlanetV12n: Windows 2000 P2V in vCenter Converter 4: No more BSoD (Virtual Andy) http://bit.ly/gSPrH8 […] Comments are closed.

Reply Van says: January 15, 2016 at 7:05 pm After converting a physical Windows XP to VHD, I had the problem described in this article. more info here Thanks Reply Tim says: May 4, 2015 at 3:52 am You're the best, thanks! Go find an ISO or DVD of any of the operating systems just listed in the title. I tried it and it didn't help. 2.

Reply Not_So_Ninja says: April 13, 2015 at 7:51 pm I appreciate all the information that has been give in this post. this content Comments welcome as always. It converts with no errors (I did both disks into one VMDK). Any thoughts on how to correct this for Windows Vista .vhd disks?

The OS lacks many of the hardware compatibility features that make Server 2008 really easy, and Server 2003 relatively easy to move between hardware. I got into command shell from the Win 7 install DVD, ran reg edit, mounted the hive at "Foo" (System was taken by the Win PE registry) then imported a foo.reg Prepare to boot your VM from this media. weblink Anyway, it turns out that my problem was caused by exporting the original system as two separate VHDs.

Reply Forcelledo says: October 15, 2015 at 1:45 pm Thanks Mike!!!! In fact diskpart wouldn't let me change the correct partition to the C: drive. Search the internet for a solution, and in the meantime I intend to write an article on this as well.

At the beginning I didn't prepare much since I made numerous P2V migrations with VMware Converter in my career without any problems, but none of it involved Windows 2000.

Type the following command in this order to set your system straight: fixmbr (Fixes MBR) fixboot (Fixes Boot Sector) bootcfg /rebuild (Lists all Windows installations that you can add) Reboot! (type The ESX host is a Dell 2950. You are great man, Mike ! Check this link out for how to solve it..

Reply Michael Mollet says: May 10, 2015 at 6:48 am i award 500$ for someone who can bring up a p2v windows 2000 server machine in hyper-v, i tried every method Thanks! TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser   Office Office 365 Exchange Server   SQL Server SharePoint Products Skype for Business See all products check over here Thanks!!

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All is well until you boot the new VM… FAILURE. I made the reg file with text editor and just copied your settings substituting SYSTEM for Foo in my hive. It's never happened for Windows 2003 servers that I've P2Ved, I'm wondering if it's just a Win2000 thing. –PowerApp101 Jun 1 '09 at 9:42 I've just read the blog The solution that worked was: 1.

Installed integration services and the 2003 box works like a champ. When I power on the VM in VMware Workstation 6.5 (or Vmware Player 2.5) it gets to the Win 2000 boot graphic then I get a BSOD with the classic 0x7B Why would the physical disk geometry change in the VM? VMware Converter no longer supports Server 2000.

Another option is to use the P2V feature of SCVMM. It works!!! Retrieved from "https://www.bonusbits.com/index.php?title=HowTo:Fix_Windows_2000_Vmware_P2V_BSOD_with_KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED&oldid=162" Categories: HowToVmwareWindows Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Namespaces HowTo Discussion Variants Views Read View source View history More Search Navigation Main pageLatest ArticlesLatest Updates Top Namespaces How I also stopped and disabled all Dell management agents and AV software.