I have issued a similar command modifyhd today and it worked.
Expanding VirtualBox Hard Drives on a Mac
But then things get mixed up and I have to restore the whole thing from my TimeMachine. In the window that opens on my computer there is no command to create a new virtual disk. I get to step 2. But this fails. I tried copying the original xp. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Leave this field empty.
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Host OS: Mac OS X: Windows 7 X64 Mac app: I made a bad decision when creating the Windows virtual machine VM. It didn't take long before Windows started alerting me there is not enough space for update and paging. This afternoon, When there was only 20MB space left in Windows system, I finally decided to try to expand the disk size of Windows volume. It it actually much easier than I thought. Glad to hear your problem was solved.
Thank you very much! Thanks heaps, was the simplest thing to do.
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Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Already have an account? Sign in to comment. Follow Step 1 of How to resize a Virtual Drive. Last edited by socratis on Wed Nov 26, 4: If you obfuscate any information requested, I will obfuscate my response. These are virtual UUIDs, not real ones. In other words, even if you successfully resize the disk and it's partitions, if you restore the snaphot it will "unresize" the partition back to it's original configuration?
I would think making a backup of the. Those that can count and those that can't.
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The FAQ says in step 2 that you have to use a partition manager. GParted is only offered as a popular example. Obviously there may be many filesystems which GParted doesn't support, but that doesn't mean that the FAQ is incorrect. And yes, if you resize a snapshot and then revert to the base VDI, then the disk size should be whatever the base is.
Or if you delete the snapshot then the new state should be preserved and the new disk size will remain. However, all such snapshot manipulations are risky: I wouldn't dare give advice like this borderline dangerous without testing it extensively.