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Imaging a Win 7 OS using Disk2VHD

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I have a Win 7 OS on a PC that I want to convert to a .VHD and use with Hyper-V.
Can I remove the drive from the PC, make it an external drive in a USB enclosure and then use the Disk2VHD utilitiy to create the .VHD file?
I do not want to create the image with the drive in the original PC for specific reasons, I only have the drive itself.
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You can use WinImage, you can install it inside the PC in question, then create VHD of your PC then use that in your Hyper-V.
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please ignore the last post
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