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Started by Bell GrantNov 3, 2021

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Restore a Virtual Machine from a snapshot

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I "had" a corrupted VM. As I used to be the usage of VMware participant, it did now not have a disk manager so I switched to VMware computer and created a brand new digital machine example from the corrupted VM. It labored properly. However, questioning that the previous corrupt VM became no greater relevant, I deleted it from the disk!! Now when I run the new VM, it responds with ;

"File now not determined: d:new volumelinuxkali-linux-2021.1-vmware-amd64kali-linux-2021.1-vmware-amd64.Vmwarevmkali-linux-2021.1-vmware-amd64.Vmdk - 'this became the vicinity of the corrupt vm.'

This document is needed to power in this virtual system. If this file becomes moved, specify the new region".

The brand new VM folder appears to produce other documents in it along with an image of the brand new VM, which won't boot now due to the aforementioned error. But I anticipate one of the .vmdk documents is lacking. Is it feasible to apply a VM snapshot for restoration, possibly in another manner? Is it even viable to recover my VM?

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