I recreated the .vmx file using my own batch script, that I've also posted on HowTo: Recreating a .vmx from the vmware.log file.
Whether something needs to be edited, depends on the situation. In your case I don't see a reason for changing anything. Only the second virtual disk is something you may want to verify prior to powering on the VM.
Step 1: Grep the vmware.log for "DICT" - keep all lines including that.
Step 2: find the line containing "CONFIGURATION" and keep every line after that
Step 3: find the line containing " --- " and delete it and every thing after that
Step 4: replace the string "DICT " with "DICT" and repeat that step as often as necessary.
Step 5: replace the string "DICT" with nothing.
Step 6: replace the string ' = ' with ' = "'
Step 7: insert a '"' at the end of each line
Step 8: replace the string ' "' and repeat as often as necessary
Now visiually check the syntax and make sure every line has " around the parameter.
Thats basically just the same as Andres script does ...