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Error Opening file (2) 5

Postby gchapman » Mon Jun 13, 2011 7:07 pm

Looking to convert a VHD to VMDK and I received the error: Error Opening File (2) 5 to which I have no idea of the meaning. It occurs on 4 different VHD files I'm working with.
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Re: Error Opening file (2) 5

Postby gchapman » Mon Jun 13, 2011 7:16 pm

actually I think I just figured it out, trying to map out to a volume on a server instead of doing the conversions locally (500 GB machines) When I run the converter from a system with the image locally stored it works.

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Re: Error Opening file (2) 5

Postby anton (staff) » Tue Jun 14, 2011 9:15 am

Thank you very much for keeping us updated! We absolutely LOVE self-supporting customers :))
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Re: Error Opening file (2) 5

Postby gchapman » Tue Jun 14, 2011 8:54 pm

anton (staff) wrote:Thank you very much for keeping us updated! We absolutely LOVE self-supporting customers :))

no problem, did manage to get it converted but am getting BSOD with 0x7b which should be disk related. I'll have to play around with the disk controller in order to find out which one will make the VM happy
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Re: Error Opening file (2) 5

Postby anton (staff) » Wed Jun 15, 2011 10:14 am

True. In some of the upcoming versions we'll manage to patch emulated hardware. But in such a case we'd be true P2V and V2V migration tool (something we'd not like to be).

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anton (staff) wrote:Thank you very much for keeping us updated! We absolutely LOVE self-supporting customers :))

no problem, did manage to get it converted but am getting BSOD with 0x7b which should be disk related. I'll have to play around with the disk controller in order to find out which one will make the VM happy
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