Ticket #4928 (closed defect: obsolete)
VMDK disk corrupt after discarding snapshots
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Description (last modified by frank) (diff)
I had a working windows vista guest where I had made two successive snapshots. After discarding the snapshots, vista won't boot anymore, halting in the Windows Boot Manager with:
Status: 0xc00001 Info: An unexpected error has occurred.
I've not yet been able to verify the integrity of the ntfs file system.
There is more than 25 Gb of free space on the hosting file system. VBoxManage showhdinfo on the corrupt(?) disk image shows this:
UUID: be4813bf-f885-4c0d-c49b-c848c3a7039a Accessible: yes Description: Logical size: 32768 MBytes Current size on disk: 22170 MBytes Type: normal (base) Storage format: VMDK In use by VMs: miffot (UUID: d7316699-797f-467b-b08b-24ef2687b1c4) Location: /home/mast/more/vms/windows-vista-x86_64/sysdisk.vmdk
Two logs attached: One before the snapshots were discarded, and one from a broken boot afterwards.