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Author Topic: Using VHD files and Native Boot in Windows 7  (Read 1473 times)

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Using VHD files and Native Boot in Windows 7
« on: 13. November 2012., 11:13:35 »
Some cool feature to use in Windows 7.
Checkout the Native Boot.

Using VHD files and Native Boot in Windows 7:

http://youtu.be/gEnIO9KRlLo

"Using VHD files and Native Boot in Windows 7. Creating, managing and imaging VHD (virtual hard drive) files with "Disk management" and the command-line tool "diskpart". Transfering bootable images to VHD files via ImageX.exe. Booting from VHD files using Windows 7's Native Boot capability."
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Using VHD files and Native Boot in Windows 7
« on: 13. November 2012., 11:13:35 »




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Re: Using VHD files and Native Boot in Windows 7
« Reply #1 on: 13. November 2012., 18:33:39 »
Does this mean that I can choose witch OS to boot between installed OS and attached VHD file?

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Re: Using VHD files and Native Boot in Windows 7
« Reply #2 on: 13. November 2012., 19:07:03 »
Some cool feature to use in Windows 7.
Checkout the Native Boot.

Using VHD files and Native Boot in Windows 7:

http://youtu.be/gEnIO9KRlLo

"Using VHD files and Native Boot in Windows 7. Creating, managing and imaging VHD (virtual hard drive) files with "Disk management" and the command-line tool "diskpart". Transfering bootable images to VHD files via ImageX.exe. Booting from VHD files using Windows 7's Native Boot capability."

Sounds interesting, I'll try this on my Win 7. ;)

Tnx P..  :up:

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Re: Using VHD files and Native Boot in Windows 7
« Reply #3 on: 15. November 2012., 02:18:17 »
Some cool feature to use in Windows 7.
Checkout the Native Boot.

Using VHD files and Native Boot in Windows 7:

http://youtu.be/gEnIO9KRlLo

"Using VHD files and Native Boot in Windows 7. Creating, managing and imaging VHD (virtual hard drive) files with "Disk management" and the command-line tool "diskpart". Transfering bootable images to VHD files via ImageX.exe. Booting from VHD files using Windows 7's Native Boot capability."

Sounds interesting, I'll try this on my Win 7. ;)

Tnx P..  :up:
Interesting... Might try it when I find some time... :p

 

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