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Old 04 February 2017, 13:24   #4
thomas
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Both sparse and dynamic at the same time does not make sense. Sparse speeds up HDF creation if you want to reserve all the given space. Dynamic is preferable IMHO. You can make it 2000 MB or 4000 MB and the resulting real file is only 2 MB or so. It grows dynamically when filled. This way your HDF/VHD is never too small.

When emulating harddrives you should always use RDB mode.


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although I'm removing the trashcan next time
Just delete it from the shell and it will be gone. It's not a magic thing, just a directory and an icon.
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