Start windows7_64 c physical disk in VirtualBox or VMware


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For the VM I have not found a manual at all, only a man where it is safely make through the graphical interface, but in version 7 this is simply no and physical drive to choose nowhere.

With the EOS things more reassuring if the feed vdmk only partition sda1,

# VBoxManage internalcommands createrawvmdk -filename /home/t-qb/.VirualBox/winows7.vmdk-rawdisk /dev/sda -partitions 1-relative-register

the download even goes to the hornbeam, and climbs "grub_______"when you feed the whole sda,

# VBoxManage internalcommands createrawvmdk -filename /home/t-qb/.VirualBox/winows7.vmdk-rawdisk /dev/sda -register

that's fine grub is loaded, you can select Windows, but to boot she wants.

But with the option to specify the loader in the vdmk, I have not understood, maybe, in Manet's the name of this file is only for XP (winxp.mbr), and for vin7 no. Tried yourself to feed vdmk dump of the mbr

# dd if=/dev/sda of=/home/mbr bs=512 count=l

# VBoxManage internalcommands createrawvmdk -filename /home/t-qb/.VirualBox/winows7.vmdk-rawdisk /dev/sda -partitions 1 -mbr '/home/mbr'

The result is the same as in the first case: "grub_______".

I will be glad to any solution.
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VBoxManage internalcommands createrawvmdk -filename /home/t-qb/.VirualBox/winows7.vmdk-rawdisk /dev/sda -partitions 1-relative-register

Now I don't have to reboot to windows XP to get data from xfs on LVM.
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Problem with AHCI can solve using
\rsupport.microsoft.com/kb/922976/ru
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In short, you need to install the driver, if they were not
Then write 0 in registry branch
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\System\\CurrentControlSet\\Services\\Msahci
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\System\\CurrentControlSet\\Services\\IastorV
And reboot already in AHCI mode.
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I can so do a system restore, Windows offers, maybe it was a bad run, but I'm afraid that after it I REALLY was not able to boot into the system. Drive with Windows first in the system... sda1
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And by the way I still think it's due to hardware profiles, so how do they adjust?
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Detail as possible, starting with bcdedit? This is after selection in the grub 7s will still selection boot configuration? Tomorrow utretsa (or rather as you Wake up) count mana and try a che-thread to nasambit.
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Put Windows 7 64 business, on VirtualBOX, on a physical SSD, as realboy OS was 7 Ultimate 64.
Put everything worked, but terribly slow. It is better to use a virtual HDD.
Under VMWare the situation better.
What would Windows 7 64 business loaded I had to put a tick... in the system tab. Toli toli IO APIC, PAE, then the BSOD should disappear.
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To tweak the boot menu, you can program EasyBCD. To backup the fact that there is now, and then to combine with what happens after the recovery boot.
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