yes you can :-)
1. you do have an Hyper-V system available which can expand a VHD.
2. Have an Win7/R2 system available and use diskpart for expand the maximum
size of a VHD -> SELECT VDISK FILE="c:\test\test.vhd" -> EXPAND VDISK
"Steve Jain" <essjae@newsgroup> wrote in message
> Yes. YOu can't expand a VHD beyond its maximum size without 3rd party
> or imaging it to a larger VHD
> "JackSpratt" wrote:
>> No doubt this has been asked a thousand times.
>> Easy way to increase the size of a vhd?
>> I seem to have underestimated how quickly I would use up the size of my
>> win2.8k virtual.
>> Did a quick Google and found talk of 3rd party tools and stuff.
>> Does it take that?