Hyper-V 12 - Windows 10 problem

Andrejki 21 Reputation points
2020-09-16T04:54:02.12+00:00

Hello.

I can t add a picture. Please, help me with this. I ve tried all options. I have installed Hyper V 12 server on Win10, but I can't switch to destkop and Win10 interface.

When booting it says that my OS is OS Microsoft Hyper V server 2012? WT hack is going on?!

Thanks and regards

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  1. Dave Patrick 329.6K Reputation points Microsoft MVP
    2020-09-17T15:06:43.293+00:00

    Thinks haven t chamged.

    Then that makes it fairly simple. You can boot from your windows 10 installation media, delete / recreate partition and continue install of windows 10.

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  1. TimCerling(ret) 1,141 Reputation points
    2020-09-16T12:43:48.047+00:00

    Windows Hyper-V Server is an operating system. If you performed a default installation of that, it most likely overwrote your Windows 10 operating system. During the installation, you would have needed to have installed Hyper-V Server into a separate partition. It looks like you did not make that choice, so your system now has the Hyper-V Server operating system on it instead of the Windows 10 operating system.


  2. Dave Patrick 329.6K Reputation points Microsoft MVP
    2020-09-16T17:32:30.757+00:00

    what is the solution now to get back to my data in Windows?

    You can boot from your windows 10 installation media, delete / recreate partition and continue install of windows 10.

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  3. Dave Patrick 329.6K Reputation points Microsoft MVP
    2020-09-16T18:33:43.26+00:00

    You may be able to reinstall windows 10 without deleting / recreating partitions, then once windows is installed you can access the other location via windows explorer.

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  4. Dave Patrick 329.6K Reputation points Microsoft MVP
    2020-09-16T21:20:53.81+00:00

    I want to save the data (pics, etc)

    Then do this as first step.

    To get back to my Windows10 and rid out of Hyper-V

    After you've saved off the data, you can boot from the installation media, delete / recreate partitions and continue installing windows 10

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