Open Disk Management, right click Open Disk Management

Choose ‘Create VHD’, specify the virtual hard disk location:

Create VHD

Right-click the new disk in Disk Management, and select Initialize Disk:

Initialize Disk



Still in Windows, start Ghost DOS version (Ghost32.exe or Ghost64.exe), and do a Disk From Image restore: (Local –> Disk–> From Image)

restore convert .gho Ghost file to .vhd Virtual Hard Disk

Select the .gho Ghost file:

restore convert .gho Ghost file to .vhd Virtual Hard Disk

Choose where to apply the image. We apply the image on the newly created Virtual Hard Disk (VHD file we just created):

restore convert .gho Ghost file to .vhd Virtual Hard Disk Ghost

Ghost Ghosting done

You have a VHD file.  Mount in HyperV as normal.

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