Q. How can I convert a Hyper-V virtual machine (VM) to a Windows Virtual PC VM?

A. If the VM is running a 64-bit OS, you can't convert the VM to Windows Virtual PC, because Windows Virtual PC doesn't support 64-bit guest OSs. If the VM is running a 32-bit OS, you should uninstall the Hyper-V integration components, run Sysprep to fix any hardware differences, and then move the VHD to Windows Virtual PC. You can then install the Windows Virtual PC integration tools.

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