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Hi Aviraj, I have created a Windows 8 VHD using Oracle virutal Box 4.0. And it works perfectly fine in the VBox software.I have used Windows 7 disk Manager to attach my VHD file. Now when i update the boot configuration using BCDEDIT tool, When everything is set i see still the osdevice shows Partition=C:. And due to which when i restart my computer with this VHD from the boot option this goes into Windows 7 Repair setup.

Is there any method i can change this osdevice to my VHD file name so that it may boot from here. Thanks and Regards, Shivam. In your demonstration, in the middle of it. You say If you have Windows Server 2008 running Hyper-V, launch the virtual machine running Windows 7 or Windows Server 7 aka Windows Server 2008 R2 and the run the following command c:windowssystem32sysprep>sysprep /generalize /shutdown ————————– and then you say Once the image is applied to particular drive in our case X. Detach the X: Drive from the Disk Management. Now your VHD file is ready to boot. ————————– My confuse is if I shutdown my windows 7 by sysprep, then how can I detach the X:?

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————————– In the above 'launch the virtual machine running Windows 7' I don’t understand what is 'the virtual machine' mean. I’m using an DVD installed Windows 7, how can I sysprep it? If you won’t mind, make this clear for me, thanks. Hi Aviraj i have a few question 1. Suppose i have win 2008 R2 server.

And i created vhd and installed windows xp64 in it. So basically my xp64 is virtualized and running inside 2008 r2.

Now suppose i follow your instruction, sys-prep it and boot it with direct access to hardware. Q1) what will happen to my installed files and programs in xp64 vhd? Q2) Now if i boot again from my server 2008 R2, and virtual boot from this vhd, will i be able to run it as a virtual guest os? Q3) Now i want to migrate to new hardware.

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Devil May Cry 5 Save Game Xbox 360 100 Complete Download. And suppose my new hardware is also running windows server 2008 R2, will i be able to boot and use the vhd in my new system? I am very interested to know what is possible. I am having major problems with a WinXP partition with a Win7 vhd copied there. Everything works for booting, running, etc. It's only when I want to make an image with drive snapshot is when problems occur. Tried this last night twice and same thing. When it make the image of the WinXP partition with the.vhd in the root, then restore the image to a brand new hard drive, I get a bootstore error upon boot.

When I use the Win7 install dvd to boot up and look at the bootstore I see that under the 'Windows Boot Loader' heading there is only the 'identifer' line there, everything else has disappeared including the path to the.vhd file, etc. I can fix it with the bcdedit.exe commands but I want to know why I have to do this.

Why is my imaging application losing that info when it makes the image. The rest of the bootstore info is fine and after the boot screen error, pressing enter I boot into WinXP. Don't know if it's drive snapshot or all imaging apps that have this problem. I can't believe I am the only one on the internet that this is happening to!

Hi, Tx for that Blog, it is really helpfull I am using a lot of VHDs for booting my labs PC for training purposes and I am planing to use that functionnality for production environment. I am already using it on my personal laptop. I even went a bit further while using differencing disks for having a faster way back, aka, I have a W7Master.VHD(around 8Gb) and W2K8Master.VHD(around 8Gb), created Differencing Disks Diff-W7.VHD and DiffW2K8R2.VHD, both are less than 1Mb (size vary from 128kb to 549kb depending on the tools used to create them) and do a backup copy of the differencins disks, before using them. If any trouble occurs, I just copy the backup of the Diffrencing disks and rename it back to Diff-W7.VHD, and reboot on it, and voila!, I get the exact status that was at first boot, aka Snapshots in Hyper-V. Sometimes I may have to reconnect Diff disk to its parent and I didn`t find anything else than Hyper-V Manager to do this. I was wondering if is there any tool available that could let me reconnect a diff disk to its parents from W7?

Or even better be from WinPE? Command line would be great!

Tx again for your blog, it is really nice! Thanks for the awesome post.

I followed this procedure to create a VHD of windows Server 2008 r2 and boot into this VHD from windows 7 so that i can work on SharePoint 2010. I was sucessful in creating a VHD of windows Server 2008 r2 and booting into VHD by making an entry to BCDedit store in windows server 2008 r2. But when i try it from Windows 7 it fails and alsways results in BSOD. I did cross check the free space available. I created a vhd with 50 gb maximum fixed and i had about 180gb of free space. I hope thats more than sufficient.