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VSA - HP_LeftHand_Laptop_Demo

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VSA - HP_LeftHand_Laptop_Demo


I'm able to start the VSA nodes but I can not start the HP_LeftHand_Laptop_Demo. When I try to start the VSA.vmx file I can add the VM on Inventory but when I try to start it's showed the message
"Module DevicePowerOn power on failed.
Unable to create virtual SCSI device for scsi0:0, '/vmfs/volumes/4d9ca987-a9692e10-3f17-001b78bd2272/HP_LeftHand_Laptop_Demo/HP_LeftHand_Laptop_Demo/Demo_Bits/VSA/flash0.vmdk'
Failed to open disk scsi0:0: Unsupported or invalid disk type 7. Make sure that the disk has been imported."

Anyone knows how to fix it...
Uwe Zessin
Honored Contributor

Re: VSA - HP_LeftHand_Laptop_Demo

That is an image for a recent version of VMware Workstation.
It looks like you are trying this on VMware ESX V3.x.

Maybe you can worm around this by editing the virtual disk header files.
Trusted Contributor

Re: VSA - HP_LeftHand_Laptop_Demo

Do you have all these files for the Laptop Demo
array0.vmdk, flash0.vmdk, nvram, VSA.vmsd and VSA.vmx ?

Is the flash0.vmdk file size 987 MB (1,034,944,512 bytes)

If yes, please use the VSA.vmx file I have attached and replace it with the VSA.vmx you have and try again.

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