A. Yes. Launch the Edit Disk action within Hyper-V Manager then select the dynamic VHD. On the Action screen, shown here, select the Convert option to make the dynamic VHD a fixed VHD. You'll be prompted for a new name for the fixed VHD.
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- Q. Why does a fixed-size virtual disk perform better than a dynamic virtual disk?
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- Q. If I'm using a differencing virtual hard disk (VHD) and the parent VHD is corrupted, have I lost all the data in the differencing disk?
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