I have a MacBook Pro with a Windows 10 partition running on Boot-Camp and I would like to convert the Windows 10 partition into a virtual disk/machine that I can use as a VM within a Windows hosted machine using Hyper-V.
While I have successfully created a virtual image of the Windows 10 partition using Hyper-V (and indeed disk2vhd) the problem that I subsequently have is that I am unable to load the a virtual machine using that virtual disk.
I have created a VHD and a VHDX disk image but I'm unable to boot-up a virtual machine that I create with Hyper-V using either disk on a Windows 10 host (I've tried both a native Windows 10 host and a Boot-Camp Windows host).
When I attempt to start up the VM using Hyper-V I get the following error. The "Virtual Machine Boot Summary" states: 1. SCSI Disk (0.0) - "No x64-based UEFI boot loader was found."
Also, I briefly tried to use VMWare converter but clicking on the "Convert machine" button displays a failure so I parked that idea as my preference is for a Hyper-V solution.
My goal is to be able to run my Windows 10 partition as a virtual machine on Windows 10 (whether a native or boot-camp version of Windows 10) and any help is greatly appreciated!
Many thanks in advance!