Installing Hyper-V Windows 10 and Reflect 7


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kingsmeadow
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I thought i would give this a try, just as an experiment .

First thing to say it does work !
I began by setting up Windows 10  ( Insider Version ) with Hyper-V and to do this I followed these instructions.
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/virtualization/hyper-v-on-windows/quick-start/enable-hyper-v

I also enabled Hyper-V in " Turning Windows features on and off "  first. All this then requires a re-boot, at least it did on my system.
I then chose a recent backed up Reflect Image and followed the options, which are very straight forward, Within minutes I had a Window reported to be running my Virtual Operating System, and within a few minutes that booted up and I was able to run applications inside this window.
I hasten to add, that was on one of my PCs,, the second one, which is almost identical, I have not got it running yet. It gets nearly to the end, then throws up a message saying Virtual Machine Connection has stopped working...and that is as far as I have gotten with that one..More research required !
Bernie
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Hi Bernie,

Thank you for your post.

We have noticed that from time to time, Hyper-V on Windows 10 can loose it's connection to a virtual machine. This also happens with virtual machines that were not created with viBoot. Normally it just requires opening Hyper-V Manager and reconnecting by either double-clicking on the virtual machine, or selecting it with the right mouse button and choosing "Connect" from the drop-down menu.

If this does not solve your issue, please let us know and we will do are best to help.

Kind Regards,
Jamie - Macrium Support
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Thanks Jamie,
I did try a number of times, but it continues with the same error.
I had an update to my Windows 10 to a new version, but the same error comes up in that one also. It's not a huge problem
Thanks again
Bernie
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