Steps to recover all your files and folders (including lost and missing data) from corrupt virtual hard disk partitions. You can smoothly recover data from VHDX files after a hard disk crash, damaged storage media, RAID failure, unintentional deletion etc.
What All you can Recover from VHDX files?
Recovery of lost, and deleted files/folders from inaccessible VHDX files
Data recovery from severely corrupt VHD partitions.
Restoration of all image files, multimedia files, database files, email files, internet files, archives etc. from damaged VHDX files.
Supporting of VHDX files created using all Windows platforms: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 98, NT, 95, Hyper-V Server, Windows Server 2008 R2.
Immediate searching of the specific data file type (like DOCX. PDF, XLS etc.) from VHDX files.
Configure your recovery settings to skip/rename/overwrite duplicate items, etc.
How to Create VHDX File On Windows Machines
On Widows 8 and Windows 10
Right-click on Windows Start menu, and select and open Disk Management.
On Disk Management window, go to Action menu, and choose Create VHD.
On Create and Attach Virtual hard Disk dialog box, select Browse button to specify VHD location on the machine.
Specify the desired location, and add a File name to it. Click Save to continue.
Specify the preferred size of the VHDX file. You can select size type using drop-down button.
Creating the VHDX file may take some time. After the file is created you can see VHD disk.
Select right-click on Disk and select Initialize Disk to proceed further.
On Initialize Disk box, select MBR and click OK.
Right-click the newly created virtual hard disk, and select New Simple Volume.
Click Next and specify the value for Disk Space size, from the drop-down menu button.
When New Simple Volume Wizard dialog box appears, then assign the folder drive letter and click Next.
Specify your format partition setting, and click Next.
Click Finish to close the wizard.
Now you have successfully created a VHDX on Windows machine.
How to Recover VHDX Files – Step-by-step Instructions
Launch the program, from Start>> All Programs » Kernel for VHD.
Once the tool is launched, then browse the desired VHDX file(s) to continue.
Select any of the recovery modes (depending upon the intensity of damage – considering Quick scan mode the lightest mode, and File Trace the most aggressive mode) to recover the VHDX file.
Select the virtual hard disk drive that you want to recover.
Select the desired partition and continue to proceed.
The tool displays all the files and folders of the selected partition for the preview. Select any specific folders that you want to restore at the desired location.
The files are successfully saved to the desired location.