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  1. I think I may have found out what was causing all the problems that I described above. After building a brand new VM on the new computer, I had the exact same problems with the new VM that I had with the other VM that I copied over from the old computer. After brainstorming with my supervisor we decided to copy the new VM to the old computer and try it there. No problems. Only difference, the version of SmartDeploy that is installed on both computers: New computer: 2.0.3010 Old computer: 2.0.3005 I hope this will help other who run into the same or similar issue.
  2. I tried the "warm capture" but I get the error "Unable to mount". You are right, it's probably more efficient to just re-do the VM on the new computer. Thank you for all of your help Jeff!
  3. Thank you for your suggestion Jeff, I will give this a try.
  4. No snapshots. I just tested the VM on the original computer and captured an image, no problem on the original computer.
  5. I found a ".lck" file in the VMware folder of the VM. After deleting that, the VM runs without any problem. The only problem that is left now is SmartDeploy telling me "Device not ready" when I try to capture a new image of the VM. When I proceed I get this error: CaptureVirtualDisks.Mount returned: 21. The device is not ready. Any ideas what I can do to fix this error? Thank you!
  6. The new VM works fine, no problems. I deleted the old VMs, copied them over again to a new folder, then imported them into SmartDeploy. This time I did not try to open the VMs in VMware Player, I immediately tried to capture an image. This time I only received the message "Device not ready", but SmartDeploy was able to see the virtual disk volumes. Then I tried to open the VMs in WMware Player. Same issue as before, it says “Error while powering on: The operation was canceled by the user”. After I tried to power on the VM a few more times I got this error: The operation was cancelled by the user Cannot open the disk 'C:\SmartDeploy\Reference Machines\Windows 10 x64\Windows 10 x64.vmdk' or one of the snapshot disks it depends on. Module 'Disk' power on failed. Failed to start the virtual machine. Any suggestions or ideas? Thank you!
  7. Thank you Jeff, that's a good suggestion. I'm creating a new VM right now and will find out soon.
  8. Yes, that's what I did. I followed this VMware KB article: https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/2030609 Thank you.
  9. Hi everyone, I have SmartDeploy 2.0.3005 installed on a Windows 7 Pro 64-bit system. I have two reference images, two captured images and a few platform packs. I can edit my reference images with no problems in VMware player and then capture my changes with the SmartDeploy wizard to create a new image for deployment. I would like to move everything to a new computer. The new computer has Windows 10 Enterprise 64-bit installed. I installed SmartDeploy successfully. Then I copied the content from the old computer’s SmartDeploy folders (images, reference machines and platform packs) to the new computer. After I copied the data, I imported the content from each folder within SmartDeploy successfully. To that point, all worked well. But when I try to capture an image with the wizard, I get the error message “Unable to mount the virtual volume”. After trying it about 10 times, I get the error “Device not ready” but then the virtual disk volumes are listed. I also noticed after copying over the virtual reference machines, that VMware player gives me an error as well “Error while powering on: The operation was canceled by the user”. Strangely, when I keep trying to power it on (15 to 20 times), it will eventually power on. Did anyone run into the same or similar problems? Maybe the way how I moved everything over to the new computer was not the proper way, is there a “better” or “proper” way? Thank you for your help! Tim
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