I have Hard Drive Manager 2011 (with an update to version 2012 pending). I have not installed it yet as I need to get an answer to the following question first. I have an old PC which has Windows 2000 installed. It is a bit unreliable now, but I have an old image file of it that was created by Ghost 2003. I would like to be able to load it as a virtual operating system (in VirtualBox or VMWare) on my Vista laptop. Can Hard Drive Manager convert a Ghost 2003 image file into a virtual operating system file? If it can not, then I guess I will have to try to use Hard Drive Manager to make a virtual OS from my Windows 2000 in its current unreliable state. I have a single PC license for HDM which I do not want to waste on the old PC for just 1 operation. So can I do this WITHOUT having to install HDM on my old PC?