There are many users who apparently run into this error "Unable to connect to the virtual disk serviceEach time they click on the Disk Management option. For example, if you want to check the controller settings and the disk management service will not open and the error will be displayed.
This can be inconvenient if you want to access information on disk, file system or volumes. Fortunately, however, there are a couple of solutions available for this problem. So, let's see how to fix this error.
Method 1: via services
Step 1: Click on Home at the desk and type Services in the search field. Click on the result to open the file Services window.
Step 2: A Services window, on the right side of the panel, at the bottom Nomi columns, scroll down and double-click Virtual Disk.
Step 3: A Virtual disk properties window under the general click on the tab Home button.
Click on ok to save changes and exit.
Now try to open the Disk Management service and it should work fine. If the problem persists, try the second method.
Method 2: usa Powershell
Step 1: Click on Home at the desk and type Shell Power in the search field. Right click on the result to open the file Shell Power window.
Step 2: A Shell Power window, run the following command and press Log in:
tpm=gwmi -n rootcimv2securitymicrosofttpm win32_tpm SetPhysicalPresenceRequest(6)
Step 3: This opens the file Managing the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) on the local computer window.
That's all. Now you can try to open the disk management service and it should work perfectly.