VMDK dosyası nasıl içe aktarılır
VMDK stands for Virtual Machine Disk Format. This virtual hard drive can be played by VMware player and contains the partitions and data used by a VMware guest operating system. VMDK files contain only the actual data of the operating system. If you have a VMDK file and would like to use it in a new guest operating system, you can do so providing you know what operating system the file already contains.
- Click “File,” “New” and “Virtual Machine” in VMware.
- Click “Next” and choose “Custom” for your machine type.
- Choose “Legacy” if your VMDK file is from an earlier version of VMWare. Choose “New” if it is from the current version. Click “Next.”
- Choose the Operating System you are installing from the list and then select its version from the drop-down menu. If you do not know, click the radio button next to “Other.” Click “Next” to continue.
- Enter a name for the virtual machine and then choose a folder to store it.
- Specify the number of processors you would like to use. This must match the number of processors on your computer. The default setting of “one” is the safest.
- Choose the amount of memory you would like to allocate to the operating system. Adjust the slider until it reaches the minimum requirements listed on the screen.
- Choose your network type and click “Next.”
- Select “Use an existing virtual disk” from the Select a Disk window and click “Next.”
- Browse to the .vmdk file on your hard drive and click it. Press “Open” to select it.
- Click “Finish.”