This registry location is applicable to Windows XP despite that it’s a Windows link as well: SIF file, open it with notepad. Edited by Kenneth Titlestad Tuesday, May 12, Restart the source to complete installation. This post, have you seen it? Restart the source to complete installation.
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You must be logged in to post a comment. Nov 21, Total Views: To be alerted when vmcssi document is updated, click the Subscribe to Article link in the Actions box For translated versions of this article, see: May 8, Last Updated: If the source is physical use any of these methods to copy the files from the diskette image: Perform another conversion with VMware Converter.
Not an IT pro? The vmscsi service registry key may not exist if VMware Tools is not installed on the virtual machine. Monday, May 11, Of course, for a different, specific device the pnpid must be in the regfile.
Injecting VMware SCSI Drivers after P2V conversion
Write the contents of the image onto a floppy diskette and insert the diskette into the physical source. Browse to and export these registry keys: Its also not accurate that it was previously unsupported.
Restart the source system to complete installation. I probably wouldn’t recommend using that article as an authoritative source for this discussion.
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Johan Arwidmark has some excellent posts at deployvista. This issue can occur when the appropriate drivers cannot be located by Windows on boot, and must be manually copied to resolve. But yet, now you understand what it is I am after I have performed many a P2V on all of the above Operating Systems – without any problems at all and without injecting the registry keys beforehand.
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Take into account the following scenario. This post, have you seen it?
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This registry location is applicable to Windows XP despite that it’s a Windows link as well: Tuesday, May 12, Attach the diskette to a virtual machine and copy the files from the virtual diskette drive to the physical source. You start the Convert process, either using Converter Standalone – or the Guided consolation plug-in.
This article resolved my issue. What do you mean by ConfigMgr injecting the mass-storage-drivers into an offline XP wim?
It only works doing it through Vmssci, or using the supported method of inserting your mass storage drivers before sysprepping your XP image. Tuesday, May 12, 2: The drivers that you are trying to use might be finicky about syntax or something else.