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  1. Upload the new boot images to your datastore. Add new harddrive en select boot image (IDE), remove the old boot image harddrive. Boot your VM select install/upgrade and at login prompt open Synology Assistant. Use the web gui to migrate. Use this guide for VMware: http://www.xpenology.nl/vmware-installatie/ And basic install guide for DSM: http://www.xpenology.nl/standaard-installatie-dsm/ Hi, noob here with question: I tried to follow that procedure for updating from DSM 4.2 under Esxi 5.1 running on a N54L, my configuration being otherwise same. The first screen of the web gui displays the status as "migratable" but also a red warning says that the content of disk 1 will be erased .. little confused here. I went further on selecting the migration but got a popup requesting me to check "I understand that content of disk 1 will be lost". Is this disk 1 only the boot image or the physical drive hosting my data (I have 2 RAW mapped drives)? Help much appreciated here Many thanks in advance! I'm answering myself - went further and though the gui claims disk will be erased it's not: I could access all of my files afterwards, great
  2. Upload the new boot images to your datastore. Add new harddrive en select boot image (IDE), remove the old boot image harddrive. Boot your VM select install/upgrade and at login prompt open Synology Assistant. Use the web gui to migrate. Use this guide for VMware: http://www.xpenology.nl/vmware-installatie/ And basic install guide for DSM: http://www.xpenology.nl/standaard-installatie-dsm/ Hi, noob here with question: I tried to follow that procedure for updating from DSM 4.2 under Esxi 5.1 running on a N54L, my configuration being otherwise same. The first screen of the web gui displays the status as "migratable" but also a red warning says that the content of disk 1 will be erased .. little confused here. I went further on selecting the migration but got a popup requesting me to check "I understand that content of disk 1 will be lost". Is this disk 1 only the boot image or the physical drive hosting my data (I have 2 RAW mapped drives)? Help much appreciated here Many thanks in advance!