How to Create a Virtual Drive

A virtual drive is a form of drive on your PC that maps to a virtual folder. This is a special folder that acts as if it's a separate drive in itself. With a virtual drive, users can create virtual CD-ROM and DVD-ROM drives. CDs and DVDs can be mounted as a disk image, which is usually in ISO, CUE, or BIN format. . A key advantage of a virtual drive is that it usually saves time. A virtual CD drive, for example, can be read much faster than a physical CD drive because it exists on the hard drive.
If you want to partition hard drive in windows 7 computer then follow this article-How to Partition Hard Drive in Windows 7 Computer.

create a virtual drive
Step1: From start menu, right clicks on computer then click on manage.

Step2: Right-click "Disk Management" in the left pane and from action and click "Create VHD." Follow the onscreen prompts to create a virtual drive.

Step3:  Right-click the new drive and click "Initialize Disk." Then click "OK."

Step4:Browse to the directory you want the disk to reside, choose the size you want it to be, and select dynamic or a fixed. If you want the disk to expand in size as you add files to it, then pick Dynamically expanding. Check Fixed size if you want a specific size and for it to stay that way.

Step5: Right-click the new drive again and click "New Simple Volume." Follow the onscreen prompts. Once that setup is finished, your virtual drive is ready for use.

Step6: Close your Registry Editor and restart your PC. And you're done!

Stores all the system information including new and modified in your system need backup registry.To create backup registry follow my blog-How to Backup Registry in Windows 7.

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