Methods used to unbind disks from faulty VMs and bind them to new VMs

1. In the FusionCompute, choose VDC Management > VM and Template.
The VM and Template page is displayed.
2. In the navigation tree, expand Site, right-click the faulty VM, and choose Forcibly Stop from the shortcut menu. Click VM, and choose More > Forcibly Stop in the Operation column from the row where the faulty VM is located.
3. Click OK.
4. Choose VDC Management > Storage Management.
5. In the Site navigation tree, choose the site where the faulty VM is located.
6. Click the Disk tab.
A disk list is displayed.
7. Click the name of the faulty VM, and click Disk on the Hardware tab.
8. Click the name of the data storage to which the disk attached to the faulty VM belongs, and click Disk.
9. Locate the row that contains the system disk (for example, disk 1) of the faulty VM, click MoreOperation, and select Unattach.
Detach disk 1 from the faulty VM as prompted.
10. Locate the row that contains disk 1, click MoreOperation, and select Attach.
The Attach dialog box is displayed.
11. Select user disk as the binding mode, and select the VM (for example, VM B) to which the disk is attached.
12. Click OK.
13. Attach disk 1 to VM B as prompted.
14. Log in to VM B using VNC.
15. Right-click My Computer, and choose Manage from the shortcut menu.
The Server Manager window is displayed.
16. Choose Storage > Disk Management.
Right-click disk 1, and choose Change Drive Letter and Paths from the shortcut menu.
The Change Drive Letter and Paths dialog box is displayed.
17. Click Change, and set a drive letter, for example, E.
Click OK.
A confirmation dialog box is displayed.
18. Click OK.
The Computer Management page is displayed.
The data on drive E: is the data on disk 1.
19. Restore system files on drive E, and back up user data.

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