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At my work a guy is trying to locate vevice problems with a drive. Sign up using Email and Password. If you are talking about using Virtual Disk VHD drives and want to identify if a drive is physical or virtual, the Powershell command:. Post as a guest Name.
I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0. So it can get confusing. The simple answer to the question: Is there a tool out there that does this? I thought I knew which disk I was expanding and it wasn’t the right one.
Of course you can’t.
How do I identify the disk on the VM virtual center interface. My question is, can we somehow see if the drive is physical or virtual, given the drive path? So for example I can do properties on volume drive Diskk and get the same exact thing as you see above.
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Actually, the question isn’t clear, but, depending on what you mean, the answer is Yes, of course you canit just depends how eisk effort you want to put into getting the result. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Can I determine if a drive is physical or virtual just from the drive path? I think it’s obvious which one is the Virtual device! You will find these IDs in the properties of the volumes in the Windows disk sxsi.
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You should approach this problem another way. Allan 63 1 6.
How to check if a drive is physical or virtual? If you have disk 0, 1, 2, 3 and you remove disk 2 and then add a new disk, the new disk will become disk 2. You could just extend the disks by 1mb until you see the right one change. This content has been marked as final. I know that is a rather simplistic answer, but it would work.
You need to open the properties of the disk on the left rather than any partition on this disk. Email Required, but never shown.