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am new to virtual machine. so am trying to run a game that fails on windows 10 it crashes . so am installing XP on huper-v

but i have read that to copy files  to virtual macbhine i can mount virtual then unmount. i did this but the next time i start VM it gives error, i have already uninstalled hyper-v. i just cant get files to copy. already did some research but the other ways were too complex for me.

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im not sure if i understand your question correctly but if you are aiming to just copy files between the host machine and the vertual machine, using hyper-v then  here is a link shows how . ( i never used hyper-v before )

 

 

but if u are interested to use another software for your virtual windows then here is the one i usualy use ( virtualbox) software

and here is the link for how to do drag and drop 

 

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You should be able to just copy/paste files between host and VM as well (while the VM is running).  I've done it with both Hyper-V and VMware Workstation.  (It does require support software in the guest OS; you might have to install a Hyper-V support package for older versions of Windows running in Hyper-V.)

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8 hours ago, i.bakar said:

im not sure if i understand your question correctly but if you are aiming to just copy files between the host machine and the vertual machine, using hyper-v then  here is a link shows how . ( i never used hyper-v before )

 

 

but if u are interested to use another software for your virtual windows then here is the one i usualy use ( virtualbox) software

and here is the link for how to do drag and drop 

 

 yes what i want is to use files that i host pc. sopy,sent.ect to VM. ill take a look at the video thanks. thank you for the suggestion but i want to stick to hyper-V i have nver used VM software before.

7 hours ago, Aaron44126 said:

You should be able to just copy/paste files between host and VM as well (while the VM is running).  I've done it with both Hyper-V and VMware Workstation.  (It does require support software in the guest OS; you might have to install a Hyper-V support package for older versions of Windows running in Hyper-V.)

its my first time using VM. so i tought it was going to be that way. you copy and paste files from host to VM. ive tried many guides but i failed to understand the steps.

ill do some research on hyper-v suppor packages.

thanks.

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...You can also just copy files via network share like you would with any other two PCs on the same LAN.

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6 hours ago, Aaron44126 said:

...You can also just copy files via network share like you would with any other two PCs on the same LAN.

i was trying the video above.. now that i remeber the error was that.. that it says the drive is beign use by another program..

then i had to create a new VM but weather was windy and we had a power out while installing.. so tried again but ut gives error so need to reinstall again..

 

ive tried the LAN. but to be honest i didnt understand or the guide wasnt clear enough but i go with the first one.

 

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i give up. every time i mount the drive and copy files next time it doesnt start i get error

Failed to Power on with “The chain of virtual hard disks is corrupted. There is a mismatch in the identifiers of the parent virtual hard disk and differencing disk”.

tried this but show other error

 

This is an issue with the checkpoint file and the main VHDX file. Sometimes this is caused by having checkpoints on other locations or in my case I mounted the VHDX file in the operating system and then the link between the VHDX and AVHDX file had been broken. Fortunately, there is an easy fix using the Set-VHD PowerShell command:

Set-VHD “D:\VM\maindisk.avhdx” – PartentPath “D:\VM\maindisk.vhdx”

You may get back an error “There exists ID mismatch between the differencing virtual hard disk and the parent disk.”

If you get that you can use -ignoreidmismatch flag

Set-VHD “D:\VM\maindisk.avhdx” – PartentPath “D:\VM\maindisk.vhdx” -ignoreidmismatch

gave up and deleted VM.

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MX500 crucial SSD 500GB.

win 10 21H2

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