Gho To .Iso File Converter

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How to convert GHO to VHD file – Simon Rozman. I am going to describe a quick way to convert Symantec’s Ghost GHO file to Microsoft Virtual Hard Drive VHD file. The process will not require a setup of a virtual machine. You’ll need: The VHDMount utility, which is distributed as a part of Microsoft Virtual Server but can be installed seperately. The GHOST3. 2 utility, which is a part of Symantec Ghost installation. Prepare an empty VHD file. Use Microsoft Virtual PC or Microsoft Virtual Server to create a new VHD file of desired size and form (fixed size or dynamically expanding).

To get you started, I’ve prepared 1. GB dynamically expanding new VHD file, you can download here. I wrote another post about handling the VHD files, you can read here. Install VHDMount utility.

Download Microsoft Virtual Server 2. R2 SP1 or newer and run the setup.

You can select to install the VHDMount utility only. I suggest a restart after the install. Mount empty VHD file as local drive. Using VHDMount utility you can mount VHD file as a local hard drive. Execute: vhdmount /p /f image. You should receive a “The Virtual Hard Disk is successfully plugged in as a virtual disk device.” response, followed by a series of “New hardware found” messages.

Copy GHO to VHD file. Run GHOST3. 2 utility, which can be found in the directory where you’ve installed Symantec Ghost. Using the GHOST3. GHO image file to any of the local drives (Local .

Make sure you choose the destination disk drive that represents the mounted VHD file, as you can easily overwrite any other local disk drive. Use GDISK3. 2 utility to determine first which one is “MS Virtual Server” drive if uncertain.

Once transfer is complete you can safely choose not to restart the computer and just exit the GHOST3. Unmouting the VHD file is sufficient. Unmount the VHD file. Use VHDMount utility once again to unmount the VHD file. Execute: vhdmount /u image.