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Very well your article!
Just a precision: you must have a GUID partition table to create a pseudo vmkd disk.
I liked the instructions, but things are not quite working. When I add storage to the VM, it already sees the drive under the SATA controller, but won’t boot with it. If I delete the win7 disk from the SATA controller and add it to the IDE controller, it tries to boot, saying it is loading files, but then reboots and starts over forever, never getting me into Windows. Any ideas?
I like the instructions, but I am experiencing the same problem as Cameron. It just won’t boot properly 😦
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