How do I increase the maximum size of a virtual disk?

Discussion in 'Virtual PC' started by nobody, Jan 10, 2012.

  1. nobody

    nobody Guest

    When I created my virtual disk drive under Virtual PC 2007, I specified
    a maximum size of 16,384 MB. That is no longer large enough. When I try
    to run a certain program update, I run out of disk space.

    The Virtual PC Wizard only gives me the options to convert it to a
    fixed-size virtual hard disk or compact it (which I have just done). I
    want to keep it as a dynamically expanding virtual hard disk, but with a
    larger maximum size. How can I do that? Thanks!

    John
     
    nobody, Jan 10, 2012
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    VanguardLH Guest

    http://www.ehow.com/how_7209203_increase-disk-size-virtual-pc.html

    Seems an unreliable solution, though, so make sure you save a copy of
    your old .vhd file.
     
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    Alfred

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    Right click on computer icon on your desktop. And choose 'advanced' tab. In performance click 'settings' the first button. Then choose the 'advanced' tab gain.there you can see the change button under virtual memory.

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