Can't change VM repository


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Anonymous
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Hi,

Firstly, many thanks for making this available. This was one of the main lacks in Macrium as compared with SP, so great that you guys are bringing it out :-)

I'm trying to test it now, but I can't seem to change the VM repository, it's greyed out. I need to do this as my C drive is a small capacity SSD, so I need to change the directory to point to my data drive instead.

http://forum.macrium.com/uploads/images/4e9bd23f-cc42-4af1-9600-0686.png

Anonymous
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Another issue, unfortunately!

I've imaged my laptop, which is a Thinkpad Yoga 12 S1 running Windows 10 Enterprise 64 bit and tried to VM the image, but no joy on trying to boot:

http://forum.macrium.com/uploads/images/4591db03-561e-45f8-9e9a-2d26.png

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Hi 

Thanks for posting.  Sorry you are having problems.

The virtual machine repository folder will be moveable in an update to viBoot due very soon. 

Is the image of an upgraded Windows 10 system?
Does the image contain all of the GPT partitions on the boot disk? Windows 10 can sometimes create an additional system partition during the update process?


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Hi,

Further to Nick's comments, the new version of viBoot has now been released (version 6.0.790) - this new version has the option to move the repository folder implemented, and should also help with your blue-screen issues.

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Nick - 5 August 2015 9:55 AM
Hi 

Thanks for posting.  Sorry you are having problems.

The virtual machine repository folder will be moveable in an update to viBoot due very soon. 

Is the image of an upgraded Windows 10 system?
Does the image contain all of the GPT partitions on the boot disk? Windows 10 can sometimes create an additional system partition during the update process?
Fresh install, all partitions present. Not to worry however, your excellent update to version 6.0.790 has fixed the problem and I now have a live VM, nice work guys! :-D


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