Thread: Really Bill?
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17 May 2011  
SIW2

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Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

The closest you can get is to mount the vhd in disk mgmt and see if everything looks.

If the Mike's image (vhd ) was corrupt - he should have got an error message to that effect.

Seems more likely the .vhd is OK - locating it was the issue.

If that is the case, the vhd can be mounted and an image made of it using a 3rd party app.

That 3rd party image should then restore fine.
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