AVHDX file still exists in Virtual Hard Disk folder of VM, after Checkpoint has bee removed
Posted on 2014-10-20
I have removed the Checkpoint for the VM on a Hyper-V 2012 R2 Host machine. However, when checking the folder, Virtual Hard Disks, the *.avhdx file is still there. It is huge, 182 gb. The VM's *.vhdx file is 214 gb. How can I remove the *.avhdx file to make more room? Do I need to run a PowerShell Command to remove it?