This article applies to Windows 7 and higher versions of Windows.
Once Mounted, Macrium Reflect Create Backups tab and Disk Management console will now show the mounted VHD.
If the VHD is not visible in Reflect after it has been mounted, please click thebutton.
This section will take you through the restore process of your image to the VHD.
Before you begin: You must have a backup image of the disk ready to restore.
The next dialog gives you the opportunity to modify the destination properties.
|By default, partitions restore to their original locations if you click Copy selected partitions. However, to drag partitions to different locations and resize them to use the available space. Simply drag the source partition to any available partition or free space on the target disk. You can also delete partitions on the target disk to make space. For more destination options and further information, see Modifying restored partition properties.|
Drag and drop the disk partitions from the Source image to the Destination VHD.
|Note: You may need to run Macrium ReDeploy to enable a restored system image to boot into the Hyper-V VM. Please see Re-deploying to new hardware for more information.|