VHD native boot --- disk size problem

  holloo 18:31 29 Jul 2018


I have a problem. I would like to boot from a VHD file on native mode. I succeeded in making a bootable VHD file, but the boot is unsuccessful, I always got blue screen. The message is that "The volume that hosts the VHD does not have enough free space to expand the VHD". The size of original partition "C" is 120GB, the size of VHD file is 80GB, the size of host partition "E" is 160GB with 80GB free space (160GB=80GB VHD file + 80GB free space). It would be enough to expand the VHD file to original size of partition "C" if it is necessary.

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