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Add multiple hard dirves in Hyper-v

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Add multiple hard drives in Hyper-v

Hi,

I was wondering how I can add hard drives into my VM on Hyper-V.

I would like to see in the Computer Management  Disk Management:
Disk 0
Disk 1
Disk 2
Disk 3

So it will be like I have 4 different hard drives in the VM.

If I add a drive in the wizard, I can not see it; I only have the default C drive.

I have 2 HDD in my physical box.

Thanks

Nirsky
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Darius Ghassem earned 300 total points
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Right-click the VM go to settings then click to Add a IDE drive so you can then select the VHD you added.
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Done that, I had to go to disk management and enable them.
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That would do it.
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