It's OK, I'm selfish. If I could not enjoy it no one enjoy it too.
I can not be God. and No one wants that.
The person around you is not what it seems.
it is burnt all the last in Japan.
Let's turn on your light before the end.
1. Run the MergeIDE utility as mentioned above on existing windows machine.
Shut down windows machine.
2 Either pull the drive from the windows machine or copy the data with a low level image tool (like dd) to a USB drive or other removable media. If making an image, DO NOT image just the partition, this will not work!
Note, if you use fdisk -l in Linux you can see how many bytes each drive is to supply this parameter. Example:
# fdisk -l /dev/sda
Disk /dev/sda: 1500.3 GB, 1500301910016 bytes
To determine the same information on a Mac OS X host, you do
# diskutil list
# diskutil info /dev/disk0
to list available disks and to show the number of bytes under Total Size:.
Then use the media manager in VirtualBox to add the newly converted drive.
Make a new virtual machine, using the drive you just added with the media manager.
Once it is created, go in and turn on “Enable IO APIC”, select the # of processors you want etc.
Try to boot the new virtual machine. It may “just work”, or you may get a BSOD. If it just works install guest additions and you are done. Depending on your license you might need to re-activate Windows.
If it did not work, and you got a BSOD. Shutdown the virtual machine and boot up from a windows CD. Go through until you get to the select a partition, select the existing partition, and choose “repair”. It will basically reinstall windows and configure it for your new hardware