I have a CentOS 64 as Guest OS installation (basically the vmdk file) which was created on a machine which had Virtualization Support enabled in BIOS. How ever I have another machine where I do not have virtualization support (even in BIOS) both these machines are 64 bit.
When ever I try to boot the vmd image which was created on machine with Virtualization support on the other machine which does not have virt support after going through a series of messages as
You have configured this virtual machine to use a 64 bit guest Operating System.How ever 64 bit operation is not possible. This host does not support VT.For more detailed information see http://vmware.com/info?id=152 Continue without 64 bit support.
Where I select yes and then some boot sequence starts but then I see a message
Your CPU does not support long mode.Use a 32 bit distribution.
Is there a way to get past it.Given this another machine is a 64 bit machine.