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Can I mount a live folder or a Removable USB drive as an iso or a VHD and present it to a Hyper-V VM to as a bootable device?

Is there any way to boot a Hyper-V VM off a Removable bootable USB device ?

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You can create a vmdk file pointing to your USB Drive. This vmdk file can be be used in Virtualbox or VMPlayer.However I am not sure if Hyper-V VM support vmdk files.

Alternatively you can use PLOP Boot Manager and try booting your USB Flash Drive

http://agnipulse.com/2009/07/boot-your-usb-drive-in-virtualbox/

How to boot from a flash drive OS using VirtualBox?

http://www.rmprepusb.com/tutorials/how-to-boot-from-usb-under-vmware-server

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I know. But I am trying to achieve this in Hyper-V. – Ayan Mullick Jan 3 '14 at 8:59

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