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I tried to virtualize a Windows physical HDD into a image file (qcow2) using clonezilla and it was perfectly copied the disk partitions in the image, but it don't want to boot the vm.

Hardware & Software Information :  
 - Two Monitor (one on each graphic card)
 - Geforce GTX 980
 - Geforce GTX 660
 - MSI XPOWER X99S AC
 - Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-5820K CPU @ 3.30GHz
 - Ubuntu 16.04.1 x64

monitor_vm.png

I created the image file with virt-manager and i copied the disk with the Windows partitions with Clonezilla.

I follow this guide to use the vm without virt-manager but it seems it doesn't work if you don't create the UUID with virt-manager.

I'm running out of solution.

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Try using another application, qemu-img convert -p -O raw /dev/sdX vdisk1.img It can qcow too.

  • It seems that it doesn't work, the same result as the image of my post appeared again. – Gérard Le Cloerec Oct 3 '16 at 13:35

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