so first off im a esxi noob and dont well understand how snapshots and delta files work. i realize i made a noob mistake
anyways I have a VM and I just realized I've been running the last 4 months as a snapshot. I decide I dont want it running as a snapshot so I select to delete the snapshot...
Hello I have a ASUS UX31LA-US51T laptop running windows 8.1. that was purchased refurbished. I just started using it a week ago. all was fine. then yesterday out of the blue I started getting app crashing errors. Some programs wouldn't start at all. at first it was just a few programs then it...
I recently purchased a Asus UX31LA Zenbook. It came preinstalled with Windows 8.1
I tried installing windows 7 on it. initial installation went fine. I got up to the part where I select timezone, account and password. Then when restarting and booting up it BSODs right after loading windows...
Got a few items listed, most notably a ASUS Q550LF-BBI7T07 refurb laptop. i7 4500U 1.8GHz,8GB,1TB HD,15.6" Touch,GT 745M,Win8.1
Nexus 7 8GB, Wi-Fi, 7" (ASUS-1B08) - BROKEN, for parts
i see. well my whole point of splitting the vmdk file is so I can more effectively move it to ESXi. I tried moving this large 650GB file via Veeam and one little hiccup in my network connection it all goes poop.
having multiple smaller files and then moving them little by little so if my...
as you can see I ran the command:
vmware-vdiskmanager.exe -r "D:\VDIs\Win2k8 Media Server-mediaFiles.vmdk" -t 1 "D:\VDIs\Win2k8mediaSvr-mediaFiles.vmdk"
it completed but created:
Win2k8mediaSvr-mediaFiles.vmdk - a few KB...
used the vmware-vdiskmanagement command to create the split disk, however it did the exact same thing as in it created:
Win2k8-Media-Server-mediaFiles.vmdk - a few KB
Win2k8-Media-Server-mediaFiles-s001.vmdk - 650GB
im not sure why its doing this?
Hello I have a workstation 10 VM called Win2k8 Media Server. It has 3 vmdk files:
Win2k8-Media-Server.vmdk -- 20GB, contains guest OS
Win2k8-Media-Server-mediaFiles.vmdk -- 6kb
Win2k8-Media-Server-mediaFiles-s001.vmdk -- 650GB
when I created the "mediaFiles" vmdk i selected the option to...