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I had an old Mac with Sierra installed. Its screen got bad and I bought a new one with Sierra.

After cloning my old device into new hardware, my Windows VM in VMware Fusion is not working. It mentions " <⁣user folder>/<⁣directory for Windows VM files>/.Windows 7 x64-disk1.vmdk cannot be opened or some dependent files can not be opened". It also says something like disk power on failed.

  • after deleting " <⁣user folder>/<⁣directory for Windows VM files>/Windows 7 x64-disk1.vmdk.lck" the VM started working. – user3856170 Nov 13 '17 at 10:10
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After deleting "<⁣user folder>/<⁣directory for Windows VM files>/Windows 7 x64-disk1.vmdk.lck" the VM started working.

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