My current Bootcamp partition (Windows 10 Pro) fails to boot completely, possibly due to a corrupted update. I cannot get it to boot into Safe Mode. Having experienced other problems with BootCamp, which Apple seems loathe to support, I’m ready to give up on BootCamp and switch to Fusion.
While researching the topic of migrating from a WinClone image to Fusion I found a post here that describes a way to do it but the post appears to be referring to obsolete tech:
This is a few years to late for your problem perhaps it might help others though.
Im using VMware Fusion 5.
In the Finder right click on your winclone image and select ‘show package contents’
the look for the ‘winclone.dmg’ file.
then in Fusion use the Import tool.
It sees it as a bootcamp partition and allows you to import it as a vmdk.
So I opened a relatively recent .winclone image file using Show Package Contents but there is no winclone.dmg file inside. However, there is a 140GB file named boot.img.gz inside. Any chance that it can be imported into Fusion?