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29. February 2012

Windows: Mount VHD-file (virtual hard disk) via Right-Click

Filed under: Windows — Tags: , , , , , , — Christopher Kramer @ 12:18

You might know .vhd-files from Virtual PC or Windows Backup. In case you need to access a file from such a virtual hard drive, you can easily mount it in Windows.

It is possible via drive manager, but today I found a solution that is even a lot easier: Just right click a vhd-file and select to mount the file via “send to”.

Here is the tutorial including the necessary batch scripts:

How-To Geek: Mount and Unmount a VHD File in Windows Explorer via a Right-Click

Works great on Windows 7 – not tested any other version.

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2 Comments »

  1. […] I already blogged once about how you can mount such a vhd file easily in Windows. […]

    Pingback by Enlarge dynamic and fixed VHD virtual hard drives « Christosoft Blog — 23. April 2013 @ 23:43

  2. Simple VHD Manager is portable freeware which helps VHD users simplify some of these operations:
    – You can easily create VHD/VHDX files
    – You can attach and detach VHD/VHDX/ISO files via drag and drop
    – You can permanently attach a virtual hard disk in Windows 10 , Windows 8,1 , Windos 8, Windows 7
    – You can easily add and/or remove VHD/VHDX/ISO files to the boot menu

    http://www.sordum.org/8705/simple-vhd-manager-v1-1/

    Comment by Tim — 23. January 2016 @ 11:27

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