Originally Posted by strollin
In that case you can restore from the vhd using the win 7 restore function. If the machine won't boot, you can do the restore using the Win 7 System Repair disk.
Here's an article that tells you how to boot from the vhd: Boot from VHD
Thanks for you help so far. But that is not what I want to do. I want to use this image to replace the C: drive. They are the same size so it should be able to just replace it.
I tried windows 7 recovery but it can't find the VHD file. Not sure why. It's on the same hard drive but a different partition.
I can mount the VHD so that I can access it like the other partitions and look at all its folders.
But I can't find any articles on how to revert the C: partition back to its original state when I made this system image back up.