Disk related error (vmware workstation)

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    I am trying to power on a virtual machine (VMWare Workstation 7) but it won’t start, popping up the screen I attach (as an image).

    This machine has 4 hard drives, each of wich is attached to a different USB external disk. The drive letters changed in those USB disks, but I realized, then changed those letters back to normal, but still, vmware does not seem to find one of those disks.

    I was wondering if I could have access to a file where I can find how this vmware machine is configured to look for the disks.

    Thanks in advance.

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