With that in mind, here are the steps that I took to resolve the issue.1) Turn off VM.
In most cases, I recommend gracefully shutting down a Windows system.
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Today's post is in response to a problem I encountered last week.
It's gentler on the OS than simply pulling the plug.
In this case, you will likely need to just pull the virtual plug (using Hyper-V's "Shut Down" utility.2) Adjust Autostart Settings (set a 5-second delay).
To add a 5-second delay, highlight the VM then go into the VM settings and adjust the "Automatic start delay" option.7) Next, we need to locate the drive that contains the Windows directory. The easiest way to confirm is to check each drive letter for the Windows directory by using the "dir" command.
The following instructions assume the Windows directory exists on the C: drive. If it does, simply replace "C" with your drive letter.8) Next, we need to navigate to the C:\Windows\Win Sx S directory by using the following command:14) Next, we need to run a DISM command to remove/revert all pending actions from the damaged image.
Before I get into the fix, you will notice that this is a virtual machine running on a Microsoft Hyper-V platform.All you need is a recovery tool to recover the data. You can recover data (mostly photos) from the latest i Tunes backup or Firmware or i Cloud backup.After successfully installation, you will find all your apps are still there but your photos are lost.Three are no other solutions but to manage to recover i Phone 7, i Phone 7 plus, i Phone 6S, i Phone 6, i Phone 6 plus, i Phone 5S, i Phone 5C, i Phone 5, i Phone 4S, i Phone 4, i Phone 3GS, i Pad Pro, i Pad mini, i Pad air, i Pad 4, i Pad 3, i Pad 2, i Pod touch 5, i Pod touch 4 with i Tunes.If you successfully recover device, all your data including photos, documents, videos will be restored.
I had several Windows Server 2012 R2 servers to update.