Using virtual disk to hide files on win7


Using virtual disk to hide files on win7, I only verified it on win7, other models are unknown.

First, create a virtual disk

1. Right click on "Computer”-----&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&" --- “Operation<quo; ------“Create VHD"

2. Click “Browse”, select the location where the virtual disk file is saved, fill in File Name

3. Set the virtual hard disk size. Let's take 300M as an example.

4. Now the new disk appears on the disk management interface. Like other disks, initialize them before use. Right-click on the disk and select “Initialize Disk” and click OK in the pop-up window.

5. New Volume Below

Right-click on the blank space of this disk and select “New Simple Volume&<#>

In the pop-up window, always click "Next" & rdquo;, and finally finish. At this point, the virtual disk was created successfully. Open the computer and you can see that the new volume G is what we just created.

Second, let the disk you just created not visible in the computer

or right click "Computer""---“Management" ---&ldquo ;Disk Management", right-click on the disk you just created and select “Offline”. Turning on the computer again will reveal that you cannot see the disk G.

Third, the above way, although you can't see the disk by double-clicking on the computer, you can still see it in the computer management, and the display status is offline.

So is there a way to make it more completely hidden? There is a way.

Right-click on the disk you just created and select "Separate VHD". At the pop-up window point is OK. Note, delete the disk and delete the selection box in front of the virtual hard disk file. Do not select, do not select! This is the point when you decide to delete this disk. Ok, now we can't see this disk in the computer management window.

To redisplay the disk, click the "Operation"---"Add VHD" in the Computer Management window. In the pop-up window, click “Browse” to save when you create this virtual disk. The file is fine.

Fourth, the enhanced version, you can also use BitLocker encryption. Right click on the disk and select “Enable BitLocker”.

You can choose the first method "Use a password to unlock the drive>

How to password recovery key, choose how to store the recovery key, if you choose “ Save the recovery key to File & rdquo;, then it is best to put the file on the U disk.

The contents of this file are similar to the following:

BitLocker Drive Encryption Recovery Key The recovery key is used to recover data on BitLocker-protected drives. To verify that the password is the correct recovery password, compare these tags to the ones displayed on the recovery screen. Recovery key token: 6FA7CEF7-CDF6-49 Full recovery key token: 6FA7CEF7-CDF6-491F-9055-DCAAA2C7AC0C BitLocker recovery key: 360294-357390-033484-422829-400774-222585-365838-116171 After successful encryption, you You will see the lock and key displayed on the encrypted disk.

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