N00B ghost32 .GHO to .VMDK
I am really stuck. Trying to create a .VMDK from an image. I tried using the VM-standalone converter with a .v2i image, but the virtual-machine it created gave me the blue-screen of death when trying to boot windows, must still be looking for some of the physical-machine hardware that no longer exists on the VM (but I thought that the converter is supposed to fix that...)
I want to try converting my .GHO image to VMDK and see if this one will work. I have found in the forums I can use the command switch
To convert from GHO to VMDK ghost32 -clone,mode=restore,src=my.gho,dst=myimage.vmdk -batch -sure
My n00B question is how do I enter the command line?
I have installed Ghost Suite 11.0.5 onto my Windows XP OS (C: drive)
I have the Ghost image (.GHO) on an external USB haddrive, and I would like the .VMDK file to be created here also
Ghost Image Address: G:\vmware\Rel7.GHO
So how do I use the ghost32 command switches?
I think it would be like this from the windows command prompt (Start>Run>cmd), but something must be wrong:
G:\vmware>ghost32 -clone,mode=restore,src=Rel7.GHO,dst=VRel7.vmdk -batch -sure
I have tried looking through the forums and google for an example of how to use the switches, but the articles are written assuming you already know this information.