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Apr
8
accepted Forcing HyperV to mount an AVHDX file it thinks is corrupt
Mar
26
comment How to tell if a USB drive is VM-passthrough-capable before you buy it
@Jason, thanks, but I need to write to the USB drive, not just read a copy of it.
Mar
26
accepted “Access is denied” trying to bring VM-attached USB hard disk back online in Disk Manager
Mar
26
asked “Access is denied” trying to bring VM-attached USB hard disk back online in Disk Manager
Mar
26
revised How to tell if a USB drive is VM-passthrough-capable before you buy it
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Mar
26
asked How to tell if a USB drive is VM-passthrough-capable before you buy it
Mar
25
comment special permissions set to deny on new subfolders of a folder I own with Full Control
Yes but even with mwingw-gcc-core installed, the perl line complains about a bunch of further modules breaking. I was hoping there was a drop-in fix, as I don't have time to debug Lchown not compiling on cygwin.
Mar
25
revised special permissions set to deny on new subfolders of a folder I own with Full Control
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Mar
25
answered special permissions set to deny on new subfolders of a folder I own with Full Control
Mar
25
revised special permissions set to deny on new subfolders of a folder I own with Full Control
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Mar
25
revised special permissions set to deny on new subfolders of a folder I own with Full Control
added 272 characters in body
Mar
25
revised special permissions set to deny on new subfolders of a folder I own with Full Control
updated things i tried
Mar
25
asked special permissions set to deny on new subfolders of a folder I own with Full Control
Mar
21
answered AVHDX internal format for use with TestDisk
Mar
21
revised AVHDX internal format for use with TestDisk
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Mar
21
asked AVHDX internal format for use with TestDisk
Mar
20
asked Forcing HyperV to mount an AVHDX file it thinks is corrupt
Mar
20
comment Preventing a read-write first automount after adding a VHDX onto a CentOS7 HyperV VM
@longneck if anything gets messed up, I won't be able to get the data back, all within the VM session. I want to prevent the messing up inside the VM, not make it reversible outside the VM.
Mar
20
asked Preventing a read-write first automount after adding a VHDX onto a CentOS7 HyperV VM
Feb
21
awarded  Notable Question