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Start Using V2V Converter

Postby milestone5077 » Fri Sep 16, 2016 4:41 pm

I have just downloaded and installed V2V converter. Hope it will help me having a good experience.
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Re: Start Using V2V Converter

Postby Al (staff) » Mon Sep 19, 2016 6:50 pm

Hello Milestone5077,

Thank you for your post here.

We hope you will have a great experience, too :D
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Re: Start Using V2V Converter

Postby jallen213 » Fri Sep 30, 2016 10:59 pm

hi, I just converted my .vhdx file to .vmdk and was wondering why did I get two files out of one? Like one says "flat" at the end, for instances, "CHAPTERZ-PC" and the other says "CHAPTERZ-PC-flat"
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Re: Start Using V2V Converter

Postby John Benz » Thu Oct 06, 2016 1:09 pm

Hello jallen213

If the original VHD file was called this:
beta.sas.vhd

V2V Image converted created these two files in case when you have some issues with free space on drive.
beta-flat.vmdk (the big binary data file)
beta.sas.vmdk (the small text descriptor file)

In some other cases (like hard shut down) small text file can fall out from joint file folder.
Because of this you see both files. In yours case this can't effect on final result

jallen213 wrote:hi, I just converted my .vhdx file to .vmdk and was wondering why did I get two files out of one? Like one says "flat" at the end, for instances, "CHAPTERZ-PC" and the other says "CHAPTERZ-PC-flat"
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Re: Start Using V2V Converter

Postby Al (staff) » Wed Oct 12, 2016 6:52 pm

John,

Thank you for your help here.

Genleman,

Do you have any additional questions?
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