I am pretty new to VMware fusion.
Case is: I have an old Win 98 machine, on which I have a program i need to run, to which I do not have the installation CDs. For that reason I need to make a .vmdk from the physical HD of the machine, which I would like to run in Fusion on my Imac.
The old Win 98 box has two HD, an I have now used Ghost 6.0 to make a .GHO-image of the C-drive, and put the file-set (4 2GB files) on the D-drive. My plan now is to try to convert the .GHO-image in to a .vmdk-file.
Is there a cook-bock recipie on how to do that?
I have searched the forum, but did not find any explicit way to do it.
Do I have to use another imaging tool to "Ghost" the C-drive? Would it help to disconnect the C-drive HD from the Win 98 box, and mount it as an USB-drive in the Imac?
Any suggestion on how to solve this matter is very welcom.