Mount a VHD in Windows 7

January 19th, 2010 by Xerxes Leave a reply »

Windows 7 (and possibly even Vista) has the ability to mount a VHD. The VHD could have been created from Virtual PC or Virtual Server, or it could be a System Image backup created by Windows Backup.

To mount the VHD, open the Computer Management console (Start -> “Computer Management”). Right-click the Disk Management option in the tree and select Attach VHD.

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