Error for copying a large file with Disk2VHD

Posted on 2011-10-03
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I use Disk2vhd to convert my physical server to a vhd file. It pops out for the error when copying a large parition ~ 60Gb. Any idea ?


Question by:AXISHK
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    is the drive where the sysinternals installed has bigger space to cache the files before moving it to another disk?

    try starting the disk2vhd from another drive (or partition) set the target vhd-file to another drive.

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