# Automount VHD Windows10

Note: This method utilizes PowerShell commands which work only when the Hyper-V feature is enabled. You need to activate Hyper-V on your PC to proceed.

## To Automatically Mount VHD or VHDX File on Startup in Windows 10,

2. Click the Task Scheduler icon.
4. In Create Task dialog, fill in the Name box some meaningful text like “Automount of my VHD Drive”.
5. Set the options as follows:
– Configure for Windows 10.
– Run whether user is logged on or not
– Run with highest privileges box
6. Switch to the Triggers tab and click on the New… button.
7. Set the Begin the task option to At startup.
8. Select to the Actions tab, and click on the New button.
9. In the Program/script text box type powershell.exe.
10. Type the following in the Add arguments text box: Mount-VHD -Path "Full\path\to\your\VHD or VHDX\file". Change the Full\path\to\your\VHD or VHDX\file portion  to the actual full path of the VHD/VHDX file you want to have automatically mounted at startup.
11. Switch to the Conditions tab and disable the option Start the task only if the computer is on AC power.
12. Click on the OK button to create the task.