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jacklibra
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How can I export vhost on windows?

ESXI 6.5 Unable to boot.

How can I export vhost on windows?

Win10 can only read FAT partition:

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Thanks for help!

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a_p_
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ESXI 6.5 Unable to boot.

What's exaclty is the issue? Since you seem to be able to boot into WIndows, it' doesn't seem to be a hardware issue!?

Depending on what's the root cause, there might be different options available. These range from simply reinstalling ESXi (with preserving the existing VMFS datastore), to booting from a rescue CD to extract/download the VMs.

André

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ESXI 6.5 Unable to boot.

What's exaclty is the issue? Since you seem to be able to boot into WIndows, it' doesn't seem to be a hardware issue!?

Depending on what's the root cause, there might be different options available. These range from simply reinstalling ESXi (with preserving the existing VMFS datastore), to booting from a rescue CD to extract/download the VMs.

André

jacklibra
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Yes,It's HW issuel.

hard disk RAID information lost. Unable to find boot device.

mount hard disk on windows OS.

thank you !

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daphnissov
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Windows won't be able to read a VMFS file system, so if that's your goal then there's no option for you.

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Rsahi
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If you are using the vmware workstation, you can select map virtual disk option in file menu, using that you can map a virtual disk to windows as a mapped drive

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a_p_
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Try to contact continuum​. He might be able to help.


André

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