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Disk2vhd,convert my PC to Hyper-V Virtual Machine

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"Yes, as long as both are bootable drives to begin with. If you are referring to D: as being a data drive, you can do that too. Just check it off when making the disk in disk2vhd, then add a second hard disk in the VM settings.
It won't halt it, they are skipped over.
Don't worry about changing drivers, on first boot of the VM the hardware is detected and the appropriate drivers are installed if necessary."