On Fri, 30 Oct 2009 11:04:01 -0700, JonathanL
>I created an XP VM in VPC 2007 with the parameter of a very large C: drive. I
>realize now this is way too big and I want to reduce it to a small size.
>How can I reduce the size of the drive for the VM set up n VPC without
>having reinstall XP and all the apps all over in a new VM?
>Is there a way to take the XP install and transfer it to another VM created
>with a smaller virtual C: drive?
>BTW, I'm not in any way referring to the size of the VHD file or the size of
>the physical drive of the host. I'm only referring to the guest in the VM.
The easiest way is to use partitioning software, and reduce the size
of the partition. This won't change the total size of VHD, but it
will limit the amount of space the VM can use on the physical drive.
Steve Jain, Virtual Machine MVP http://vpc.essjae.com/ http://smudj.wordpress.com/