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Awesome! I'm just wondering if I can go about it the same was as in this article, just substituting a Windows XP ISO instead of a Windows 8 ISO. If I understand this question correctly: "So the question id like to as is,how on earth do i see all my folders as they appear on my other hard drives." this Is this inability to defragment the VHD a result of the shear size of the single file, or do VHDs have other properties that make them un-defragmentable (under XP)? this content

The only course was to reset - all up about half an hour's running time in WinPE 2.1.For my earlier scientific experiment (... ...), starting with the 64-fragment VHD, the entire the reason why im doing a backup is because im resulting to a format of the c drive,where all the programs, users,downloads etc etc were stored. Virtualization virtual hard driveHow do you create a virtual hard drive in windows 7? My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom build OS windows 7 home premium 64bit CPU AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 955 Processor Motherboard ASRock M3A790GXH/128M Memory 8.00 GB Graphics http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/win-7-vhd

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http://downloadcenter.intel.co.....Technology http://downloadcenter.intel.co.....ofessional*&DownloadType= Rick P. its the 1st time ive ever done a back up in my life,i bought an external hard as i was told to do so.my back up took like 70h or so....and should i just have done a copy/paiste from one hard disc to another instead?than going through the trouble of backing up? I have to say this setup seems overly complex....if the drive is large enough why not just create a new F partition in the free space on the existing hard drive.

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Is there a way they can be left as folder permanently? Vhd Xp Setup graphomet View Public Profile Find More Posts by graphomet 14 Dec 2012 #4 graphomet windows 7 home premium 64bit 100 posts oh no!thats why it took 70h and It is possible to boot from VHDs. pop over to these guys Thomas, Ontario Cannot detach Virtual Hard Drive VHD Getting old and STUPID.

I mean it is possible that the changes made to NTFS require Vista to manage properly a Windows 7 NTFS filesystem. Perhaps under PE? https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/11060/create-an-xp-mode-for-windows7-home-versions-and-vista/ https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/13359/installing-the-updated-xp-mode-which-requires-no-hardware-virtualization/ Search [ XP Mode ] in our How-to Geek Custom Search Bar Located on Top Right Main Page. But WinContig must receive the highest honours for the following reasons.1.

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So ran jkDefrag to defragment C:, and it showed the single fragmented file. I think I found the drivers: http://support.asus.com/downlo.....MIwOUagAVl Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top raphoenix Posts: 14920 This post has been reported. Windows Xp Vhd Boot In my day...:http://www.911cd.net...o...21362&st=10jaclaz Back to top #8 allanf allanf Gold Member .script developer 1256 posts Posted 16 March 2009 - 06:52 AM Not much to do down-under as a kid? ... Windows Xp Vhd Download Technorati Tags: windows,windows 7,backup,vhd Tags Community Musings Technology General Windows 7 Windows Vista Comments (0) Cancel reply Name * Email * Website Skip to main content Follow UsPopular TagsTechnology General Musings

jaclaz Back to top #3 allanf allanf Gold Member .script developer 1256 posts Posted 15 March 2009 - 05:07 PM Since with it you can select WHAT to defragment, you may news Some data compresses more, some less. Not every day that a defragger has to try to manage a 40GB file.I've already given out first prize to contig for coming first. Simples. Windows Xp Mode

Now, my problem is that I want to create a back up, using windows 7's back up options. what happened was my school installed a windows 7 enterprise on a vhd for all students, when I boot up I choose whether I want to boot... The problem is this:[attachment=7888:WinPEjkDef1.gif]... http://realink.org/windows-xp/windows-xp-won-39-t-boot-from-cd.html Yes I got that from your previous posting...that was why I asked what I did.

But what is the problem you are trying to solve. Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top raphoenix Posts: 14920 This post has been reported. I have XP Mode installed on my Windows 7 installation.

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Secondly if i reboot will the drive still be active in my computer? As you may noticed i am a novice of pc and software, i dont have even the bacis knowlege, therefor my great mistakes on how to do things. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. [SOLVED] Can't Defrag a Win7 VHD file under XP? Your advice on the slip-streaming worked.

Also (11) Bios Updates !! ok so the size of the vhd is depended on the amount of free space you have left or am i missing the point? My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Own build OS Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1 CPU Intel i7 2600k Motherboard ASUS P8Z68 Deluxe Memory G.Skill Ripjaws (DDR3-1600) 2x4GB Graphics check my blog Not sure what you are trying to do ?

You can backup the data partition in a number of different ways. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top raphoenix Posts: 14920 This post has been reported. after the backup was completed(thankfully after 70h) i was trying to locate my backed up folders, s!but instead i found a file type: VHD with the size of 377GB!thats like almost Thanks for your help Rick!!

I've read some tutorials on this site... There are trial versions that you can experiment with:http://www.perfectdisk.com/jaclaz Back to top #10 allanf allanf Gold Member .script developer 1256 posts Posted 16 March 2009 - 11:37 PM Cannot say if You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion. Unlike XP's Defragmenter, Win7's Defragmenter did not even acknowledge the VHD as being defragmented, either because it is programmed to ignore VHD files or because it was actually the VHD that

I'm just gonna use the slipstream method and install it on its own partition. Mainly the F drive thing was an afterthought.  Also by doing it as a VHD file, it makes it quite easy not only for me, but also for the end user, It's finished!Contig v1.54 - Makes files contiguousCopyright © 1998-2007 Mark RussinovichSysinternals - www.sysinternals.comSummary: Number of files processed : 1 Number of files defragmented: 1 Average fragmentation before: 6 frags/file Average fragmentation Ok but you can increase the size of a partition too and its not like you would be backing up the entire partition when you run a backup.

Started by allanf , Mar 12 2009 11:40 AM Please log in to reply 15 replies to this topic #1 allanf allanf Gold Member .script developer 1256 posts Posted 12 March Virtualization Back Up QuestionHello, Have a 1 TB external HD devoted for backups. This is what I need to... So the question id like to as is,how on earth do i see all my folders as they appear on my other hard drives.

You need to attach each time. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top hArLtRoN Posts: 766 This post has been reported. Yeah, XP Drivers for Everything BUT LAN. I think you're with me now ... ...

I am going to try that.