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The VHDX support available in qemu-img versions that you can find in most Linux distributions is often incomplete.

We released recently a version of qemu-img 2.3.0 for Windows aimed specifically at converting VHD and VHDX to / from other common formats, including QCow2:

http://www.cloudbase.it/qemu-img-windows/

The VHDX support available in qemu-img versions that you can find in most Linux distributions is often incomplete.

We released recently a version of qemu-img 2.3.0 for Windows aimed specifically at converting VHD and VHDX to / from other common formats, including QCow2:

http://www.cloudbase.it/qemu-img-windows/

Note: if your goal is to run instances based on the converted disk on KVM, you might want to consider that you need to add the proper drivers, especially VirtIO for Windows images.