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Convert VHD to Ghost

2014/07/19 16:50

1) Copy the ".vhd" image file to Windows server 2008.

2) Right click "Computer" and select "Manage".

3) In will pop up the "Server Manager" form. In the left side of the form, on the directory tree, click the "Storage" node, expand the directory tree, and select the "Disk Management" node (Figure 1-1).

Server Manager

Figure 1-1

4) On the "Action" menu, click "Attach VHD" (Figure 1-2).

Attach VHD

Figure 1-2

5) In the pop up "Attach Virtual Hard Disk" dialog box, click the "Browse..." button (Figure 1-3).

Attach Virtual Hard Disk

Figure 1-3

6) In the pop up "Browse Virtual Disk files" form, select a VHD file and click the "Open" button (Figure 1-4).

Browse Virtual Disk Files

Figure 1-4

7) In the pup up "Attach Virtual Hard Disk" dialog box, click the "OK" button (Figure 1-5).

Attach Virtual Hard Disk

Figure 1-5

8) You will find there is a "Disk 3" you just created (Figure 1-6). (Note: If "Disk 3" is offline, please right click "Disk 3", and select "Online").

New Disk

Figure 1-6

9) Download Ghost32 v11.0.

10) Right click "Ghost32" you just downloaded, and then click "Run as administrator" (Figure 1-7).

Run As Administrator

Figure 1-7

11) In the pop up "Ghost32 11.0" dialog box, click "Local => Disk => To Disk" (Figure 1-8).

Ghost Disk to Disk

Figure 1-8


Thanks for Mr. Quoc Thang provides this solution.

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