PVS target on ESXi hardware v10 and v11, fails to boot at “Starting Windows”

To resolve this issue, change the Virtual Device Node for the CD/DVD Media from SATA to IDE and remove the SATA controller.

This must be performed prior to installing the operating system.

Complete the following steps:

While creating a New Virtual Machine from vSphere Web Client, under Edit Settings -> Customize hardware -> Virtual Hardware, change the Virtual Device Node from SATA to IDE for CD/DVD Media.

After selecting the corresponding IDE radio Button, the Remove option for New SATA Controller becomes active.

Remove it by clicking the “X”. Refer to the following screen shot:

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PVS target on ESXi hardware v10 and v11, fails to boot at “Starting Windows”

To resolve this issue, change the Virtual Device Node for the CD/DVD Media from SATA to IDE and remove the SATA controller.

This must be performed prior to installing the operating system.

Complete the following steps:

While creating a New Virtual Machine from vSphere Web Client, under Edit Settings -> Customize hardware -> Virtual Hardware, change the Virtual Device Node from SATA to IDE for CD/DVD Media.

After selecting the corresponding IDE radio Button, the Remove option for New SATA Controller becomes active.

Remove it by clicking the “X”. Refer to the following screen shot:

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PVS target on ESXi hardware v10 and v11, fails to boot at “Starting Windows”

To resolve this issue, change the Virtual Device Node for the CD/DVD Media from SATA to IDE and remove the SATA controller.

This must be performed prior to installing the operating system.

Complete the following steps:

While creating a New Virtual Machine from vSphere Web Client, under Edit Settings -> Customize hardware -> Virtual Hardware, change the Virtual Device Node from SATA to IDE for CD/DVD Media.

After selecting the corresponding IDE radio Button, the Remove option for New SATA Controller becomes active.

Remove it by clicking the “X”. Refer to the following screen shot:

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PVS target on ESXi hardware v10 and v11, fails to boot at “Starting Windows”

To resolve this issue, change the Virtual Device Node for the CD/DVD Media from SATA to IDE and remove the SATA controller.

This must be performed prior to installing the operating system.

Complete the following steps:

While creating a New Virtual Machine from vSphere Web Client, under Edit Settings -> Customize hardware -> Virtual Hardware, change the Virtual Device Node from SATA to IDE for CD/DVD Media.

After selecting the corresponding IDE radio Button, the Remove option for New SATA Controller becomes active.

Remove it by clicking the “X”. Refer to the following screen shot:

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PVS target on ESXi hardware v10 and v11, fails to boot at “Starting Windows”

To resolve this issue, change the Virtual Device Node for the CD/DVD Media from SATA to IDE and remove the SATA controller.

This must be performed prior to installing the operating system.

Complete the following steps:

While creating a New Virtual Machine from vSphere Web Client, under Edit Settings -> Customize hardware -> Virtual Hardware, change the Virtual Device Node from SATA to IDE for CD/DVD Media.

After selecting the corresponding IDE radio Button, the Remove option for New SATA Controller becomes active.

Remove it by clicking the “X”. Refer to the following screen shot:

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PVS target on ESXi hardware v10 and v11, fails to boot at “Starting Windows”

To resolve this issue, change the Virtual Device Node for the CD/DVD Media from SATA to IDE and remove the SATA controller.

This must be performed prior to installing the operating system.

Complete the following steps:

While creating a New Virtual Machine from vSphere Web Client, under Edit Settings -> Customize hardware -> Virtual Hardware, change the Virtual Device Node from SATA to IDE for CD/DVD Media.

After selecting the corresponding IDE radio Button, the Remove option for New SATA Controller becomes active.

Remove it by clicking the “X”. Refer to the following screen shot:

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PVS target on ESXi hardware v10 and v11, fails to boot at “Starting Windows”

To resolve this issue, change the Virtual Device Node for the CD/DVD Media from SATA to IDE and remove the SATA controller.

This must be performed prior to installing the operating system.

Complete the following steps:

While creating a New Virtual Machine from vSphere Web Client, under Edit Settings -> Customize hardware -> Virtual Hardware, change the Virtual Device Node from SATA to IDE for CD/DVD Media.

After selecting the corresponding IDE radio Button, the Remove option for New SATA Controller becomes active.

Remove it by clicking the “X”. Refer to the following screen shot:

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PVS target on ESXi hardware v10 and v11, fails to boot at “Starting Windows”

To resolve this issue, change the Virtual Device Node for the CD/DVD Media from SATA to IDE and remove the SATA controller.

This must be performed prior to installing the operating system.

Complete the following steps:

While creating a New Virtual Machine from vSphere Web Client, under Edit Settings -> Customize hardware -> Virtual Hardware, change the Virtual Device Node from SATA to IDE for CD/DVD Media.

After selecting the corresponding IDE radio Button, the Remove option for New SATA Controller becomes active.

Remove it by clicking the “X”. Refer to the following screen shot:

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PVS target on ESXi hardware v10 and v11, fails to boot at “Starting Windows”

To resolve this issue, change the Virtual Device Node for the CD/DVD Media from SATA to IDE and remove the SATA controller.

This must be performed prior to installing the operating system.

Complete the following steps:

While creating a New Virtual Machine from vSphere Web Client, under Edit Settings -> Customize hardware -> Virtual Hardware, change the Virtual Device Node from SATA to IDE for CD/DVD Media.

After selecting the corresponding IDE radio Button, the Remove option for New SATA Controller becomes active.

Remove it by clicking the “X”. Refer to the following screen shot:

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PVS target on ESXi hardware v10 and v11, fails to boot at “Starting Windows”

To resolve this issue, change the Virtual Device Node for the CD/DVD Media from SATA to IDE and remove the SATA controller.

This must be performed prior to installing the operating system.

Complete the following steps:

While creating a New Virtual Machine from vSphere Web Client, under Edit Settings -> Customize hardware -> Virtual Hardware, change the Virtual Device Node from SATA to IDE for CD/DVD Media.

After selecting the corresponding IDE radio Button, the Remove option for New SATA Controller becomes active.

Remove it by clicking the “X”. Refer to the following screen shot:

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