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Posted on 2014-11-06
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I used Disk2vhd to create a VHD file from a physical Windows 8.1 laptop, and want to migrate to Hyper VM.

I created the new virtual machine in Hyper V and locates the vhd file, and turn it on. But the new VM just  hangs in the black screen and can't go further.

Please advise. thanks
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maybe the reason is BIOS vs. UEFI
try to check this resolution article on technet
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by:Manojkumar Rane
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Tried to boot the VM in safe mode.
If VM working fine in safe mode, remove the Hidden devices from device manager.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315539
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