VirtualBox

Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #8595, comment 29


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04/03/12 08:29:17 (2 years ago)
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  • Ticket #8595, comment 29

    initial v1  
    99What I did to fix it was: 
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    11 1) Close out of VirtualBox 
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    13 2) Open the .vbox file for the VM in a text editor. Look for a section towards the end of the file labeled <Image uuid="[the UUID from the error message]"> and delete the whole <AttachedDevice> section around it. 
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    15 3) Reopen VirtualBox 
    16  
    17 4) Open the Settings for the VM and reattach the hard disk file. 
     11 1. Close out of !VirtualBox 
     12 2. Open the .vbox file for the VM in a text editor. Look for a section towards the end of the file labeled <Image uuid="[the UUID from the error message]"> and delete the whole <AttachedDevice> section around it. 
     13 3. Reopen !VirtualBox 
     14 4. Open the Settings for the VM and reattach the hard disk file. 
    1815 
    1916After that I was able to get the VM to start up again normally without losing any of my other settings. 

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