nt29
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New vm Hard Disk not visble

Hi

I certainly make sotheming wrong when i creat a vm because after the start i cannot installe the Os on the disk, this one is not visible

thanks a lot

Nicolas

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LucD
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How did you create the VM?

Which virtual HW did you use for the VM?

It could be that the Windows OS doesn't have a driver for the controllertype you used.


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nt29
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Sorry i forgot to pblish the command

$esxi="esxi12.ocap.loc"
$ressource1 = (Get-vmhost -Name $esxi| Get-ResourcePool)
$datastorevm= (Get-vmhost -Name $esxi|Get-Datastore -Name 'vol7_Cl3')

$esxi="esxi12.ocap.loc"

$ressource1 = (Get-vmhost -Name $esxi| Get-ResourcePool)

$datastorevm= (Get-vmhost -Name $esxi|Get-Datastore -Name 'vol7_Cl3')

New-VM -vmhost esxi12.ocap.loc -Name VmDemo -DiskGB 45 -MemoryGB 4 -NumCpu 2 -Datastore $datastorevm

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LucD
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You will have to give us a bit more info.
Which Windows OS are you trying to install?

Since you didn't specify a GuestId I assume the default that was taken is Windows XP. Is that correct.

Is the SCSI controller of type BusLogic?
Which ESXi version are you using?


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