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I am not able to access my important data in VHD file, is there any way to get it back or is it corrupt. If it is so how can I repair it.


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https://answers.micr...aeba80a7?auth=1


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An interesting question well, there are some manual ways to repair it which you need to follow and also know how to avoid such situations again and again.

 

Follow these ways to get back your proper VHD file:

 

1. Create Virtual Server

2. Use Windows Powershell Command.

 

Avoid this again in future by following simple practices:

 

a) Install & update antivirus on regular basis.

 

b) Clean disk on weekly basis.

 

c) Use UPS for the desktop to avoid an abrupt shutdown.


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An interesting question well, there are some manual ways to repair it which you need to follow and also know how to avoid such situations again and again.

 

Follow these ways to get back your proper VHD file:

 

1. Create Virtual Server

2. Use Windows Powershell Command.

 

Avoid this again in future by following simple practices:

 

a) Install & update antivirus on regular basis.

 

b) Clean disk on weekly basis.

 

c) Use UPS for the desktop to avoid an abrupt shutdown.

I completely agree with Mr Patrick, this will work. But, sometimes due to the severity of the corruption you can't repair corrupt VHD file, then at that time you need a reliable software to fix this completely. So you don't face such problems in future again and again.


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To access your inaccessible VHD or VHDX file, I would like to recommend a third party software, Kernel for VHD recovery. The software is designed by using an advanced and secure algorithm, which makes it the most secure and effective third party software. The software is empowered with three scanning modes, which users can choose according to their requirement- Quick Scan, Extensive Scan and File Trace.
For more information, visit- https://www.kernelda...k-recovery.html


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You can try the below steps to repair VHD file manually.

 At your system right-click on My Computer icon and click on Manage.
2. In a new window click on Disk Management under the Storage.
3. Go to right-hand side, in area of Actions. Click on More Actions > option shown below Disk Management. Click on Create VHD in the options.
4. On Create and Attach Virtual Hard Disk window, find the path for saving new VHD file and name it. And provide the file and virtual hard disk format, either Dynamically expanding or Fixed size. Click OK.
5. After a while, the virtual hard disk (VHD) file will be created at the location defined earlier.
 

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You can use Windows PowerShell to Repair inaccessible or Corrupt VHD File:

The commands you need to run are given below:

#First we choose what VHD we want mounted

$VHD NAME= "v:\server.vhd"

# Get the MSVM_Image Management Service
 
$VHD Service = get-wmiobject -class "MSVM_Image Management Services"
-namespace "root\virtualization" -computername "."
 
#Now we mount the VHD
 
Result = $VHDService. Mount ($VHD Name)

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