I've written an article on how to do this here: http://wahlnetwork.com/2011/12/20/how-to-change-scsi-controller-type-on-a-vmware-vm/
In your case, it is the opposite, but the instructions work the same (just go from Parallel to SAS instead).VCDX #104 (DCV, NV) ஃ WahlNetwork.com ஃ @ChrisWahl ஃ Author, Networking for VMware Administrators
I think I know guys
I have to add another disk in another SCSI controller like SCSI 1:0 or 2:0 .... that will create a new SCSI Controller so in that controller I change the type to any like LSI Logic SAS or paravirtualized once that is done I let the VM recongnize the new disk which means a new driver....
once that is done and Windows recognizes the new driver for the new type of controller I change the type in my original SCSI controller to LSI Logic SAS powered on the machine and that will do it.
I am adding the steps in a word doc
I hope is useful
Change you SCSI Type.docx 126.9 K
Excellent work around, tested and verified in my production environment.