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Hello!

I was using Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 SP1 until now. Now I installed Windows Virtual PC and I want to import my old VPC2007 files. Is this posible? I dont see the option to open/import files, only to create new.

Thank you!
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When you create a "new" VM, you can specify an existing VHD ... I don't otherwise know of a way to "import" a VM.
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by:celjan79
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Yes I guess this is the only way. It works btw.
You were first so you get the points.

Thank you both!
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