VMware P2V Assistant 2.1
Some configuration steps are standard, such as:
Every NIC on the source computer may be replaced by an AMD PCnet or VMXnet NIC i0n the target computer. When the virtual machine is created the first time, one virtual NIC is configured by default. You can add NICs using the configuration editor. If you have machines that have multiple adapters mapped to different protocols, then you must manually set up the networking on the target machine. Map each AMD PCnet or VMXnet NIC to the same protocol as on the source computer.
Note: If you get a duplicate error when you attempt to assign an IP address to an AMD NIC on a Windows 2000 machine, start the Add/Remove Hardware wizard, select Uninstall a Device, select the Show Hidden Devices check box and remove the old NIC that no longer exists in the virtual machine.
Inside the Windows 2000 or NT virtual machine, each NIC can be configured with the same IP address as the corresponding physical NIC on the source computer. If DHCP is used, the DHCP server may need to be reconfigured to assign specific addresses to the target computer's NICs.
Enable the VMXnet NIC (if applicable) by installing the VMware Tools service in the target computer.
The P2V Assistant creates a temporary VMware SVGA graphics card driver during the reconfiguration. Whether you allowed P2V Assistant to install a temporary VMware SVGA driver or not, you need to install the SVGA driver during the installation of VMware Tools.