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Install and Boot all versions of Windows from VHD using Firadisk


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#1 agni

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Posted A week ago

Native VHD boot is currently supported only on certain versions of Windows and is disabled on other versions of Windows. This article/tutorial shows how all versions of Windows 7 can be installed and booted from a fixed size VHD using a free driver called Firadisk.

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#2 Wonko the Sane

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Posted A week ago

That's not "all" versions of Windows.

That is some versions of Windows, namely all versions of Windows 7 .

You might want to add this piece of info to the title.

 

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#3 erwan.l

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Posted A week ago

I would even change the 'all' by naming which windows versions are concerned.

Indeed, enterprise and ultimate already support native vhd boot so in theory they are not concerned by this.

 

Or am I being picky? :)



#4 agni

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Posted A week ago

That's not "all" versions of Windows.

That is some versions of Windows, namely all versions of Windows 7 .

You might want to add this piece of info to the title.

 

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I'll change it to all versions of Windows 7.

 

I would even change the 'all' by naming which windows versions are concerned.

Indeed, enterprise and ultimate already support native vhd boot so in theory they are not concerned by this.

 

Or am I being picky? :)

We can use Firadisk to install Ultimate and Enterprise as well. While it may not be required as native VHD boot is supported, its definitely possible.






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