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Expand the number of Windows 7 installs with bootable VHDs

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Executive Summary

Microsoft has made available several techniques that you can use to create a bootable Windows 7 VHDs that run like a dual boot setup. In this edition of the Windows Vista and Windows 7 Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to create a bootable VHD using the Windows 7 DVD and the DiskPart command.

This download is also available as an entry in the TechRepublic Microsoft Windows Blog.

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