Let's imagine you have a .vmdk file with a virtual machine data inside and you want to migrate this disks, to a Xen source virtual machine... There are other "converters" provided by XEN, but this time we are going to do it manually. First, we can convert a virtual disk from preallocated to growable with this tool from VMware: # vmware-vdiskmanager -r vmware_image.vmdk -t 0 temporary_image.vmdk Install qemu (on Debian apt-get install qemu). You will need the qemu-img disk image manipulation Read more...
from Check your device manager to see if Microsoft Enumerator is listed under the Bluetooth Devices listing. If it is you'll have to get rid of that. WARNING: Before you continue I strongly recommend that you unpair all your bluetooth devices from your T42. Go your bluetooth setup in WinXP and delete all your paired BT devices. This is how: 1. Turn on the Bluetooth radio. 2. Check Device Manager to see if Microsoft Enumerator is listed under Bluetooth Radio. Read more...
Create the shared key with puttygen: Press generate and move the mose when requested. When finish, copy the text content of the window to a file, and save it in a safe place or save it clicking  "save public key" or "save private key".   Open putty.exe and in Connections >> SSH >> Auth, select private key file clicking in "Browse" and finding the key file saved previously. or you can use pageant: And Read more...

Running ipconfig shows this error:

An internal error occurred: A device attached to the system is not
Please contact Microsoft Product Support Services for further help.
Additional information: Unknown media status code.

Check the status of these services, or restart them

Routing and Remote Access

Remote procedure call (RPC)

Now ipconfig should work correctly.