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This command line demonstration explains how to build a bootable Windows 7 VHD image from a Windows 7 "install.wim" file using diskpart.exe and imagex.exe. The demonstration continues with an explanation of how to configure the boot entry using bcdedit.exe and explains the limitations of VHD Boot. See the Windows 7 VHD Overview page for more information about this technology.

Windows 7 VHD Boot Demonstration

Windows Virtual Hard Disk | Imaging | Windows 7

Posted on Friday, July 24, 2009 3:59 AM | Back to top


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