Mount your virtual disks on your real PC.


When you have a virtual machine it also has a virtual HDD. When you stick to the Microsoft hypervisor, these VHD’s can be mounted within Windows 10 without any third party tools. When you have chosen a different brand hypervisor you might have VMDK files. These are not supported natively on Windows 10.

ImDisk toolkit is what you need. There are alot of tools out there, but most cannot write to the VMDK. this one can!

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