The article that you are going to read is basically a help blog to suggest manuals solutions for removing or detaching a VHD from a Windows PC.
Virtual Hard Disk is like a portable storage disk which a user can create on a virtual machine or a PC drive. It acts as a physical drive and contains partitions and file systems to store data. Apart from storing data, it can be used for other purposes like image management, backup, recovery, and transfer of data.
Sometimes, after creating a VHD file and utilizing it for the desired purpose, we feel it is no longer required. At that time, we would like to remove it to free up the storage space. You can try the options explained here to remove the VHD from your computer system.
This method involves removing the Virtual Hard Disk from the system by detaching the VHD file using CMD commands. Let us understand this method in detail with these steps.
It is an alternative to remove the VHD file from the system location. This method utilizes Disk Management Console which is simpler to execute and can be carried out with few sequential steps described below.
Note: You can use the Run box (Windows + R) to open the Computer Management page by typing diskmgmt.msc and clicking OK.
So, you can go for any of the methods explained above to remove the VHD file from your system drive. Thus, you can get rid of the unwanted VHD files anytime.
But if you are unable to access the VHD/VHDX files due to corruption or other issues, we do have a perfect solution for you which is Kernel for VHD Recovery tool. The tool can recover data from any VHD or VHDX file, display its data and let users save it to the desired location. You can go to the website of this advanced tool and try the demo version for learning more about the tool.