Virtualization problems

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Virtualization problems

Hi everyone.
Last week we have some hardware problems in our Unixware 7 server, and i decided to change this physical machine into a virtual machine.
The scenario is:

hw_provider=Generic AT

My procedure:
  • I made an image of my HD with Acronis True Image Home Edition - Version 11 - The format of this image is "*.tib".
  • With VMWare Converter Standalone Version 4.3.0. i convert the phisical machine (image "tib") into a virtual machine.
  • Well at this point, everithing was OK, but when i startup the new virtualized machine, it crash with the error:

psm_time_spin_adjust: invalid delay factor (10000 375 256)
Kernel Page Fault from (cs:eip) = (0000100:C002C44A):
eax=74C08559 ebx=00000000 ecx= FFDAAC0 ..... and other address directions i presume.

Raw stack dump begins at =xFFFDAAC8 :
other address directions i presume.

System has halted and may be powered off (Press any key to rebbot) Smilie

Someone know what is the problem ?.
Please any help will be apreciated. It's at certain point urgent.
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