On Wed, 7 Oct 2009 09:01:21 +0300, "HBj"
>I have an old small ISA HD with a stripped bootable DOS 6.22. I would like
>to make a vhd of this physical drive. I did it by connecting the HD via an
>adapter to the USB in a Vista PC. I created an ISO file of the attached HD,
>saved it to the Vista HD. I created a new Virtual Hard drive in VPC2007 and
>when the empty Vhd started, I captured the saved ISO file. But nothing
>happened. Where I did wrong?
ISOs and hard drives don't have the same boot methods.
You're likely going to need to copy the contents of the ISO, then make
that partition active and run the DOS SYS command on it to get the
necessary hidden system files installed.
Steve Jain, Virtual Machine MVP http://vpc.essjae.com/ http://smudj.wordpress.com/