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verr_not_supported...

Postby loukingjr » 13. Sep 2010, 13:07

okay, I googled this error before posting and found some bug reports from 2009 etc but no answer to whether I can fix it.

Failed to open the hard drive
(drive name and location here)
Could not get the storage format of the medium
(ditto)
(VERR_NOT_SUPPORTED)

Result Code:
VBOX_E_IPRT_ERROR (0x80BB0005)
Component: Medium
Interface: IMedium {1d578f43-5ef1-4415-b556-7592d3ccdc8f}
Callee: IVirtualBox {3f36e024-7fed-4f20-a02c-9158a82b44e6}

this .vpi had been working just fine then poof, (technical term)

any hope to fix it?
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Re: verr_not_supported...

Postby tbertran » 2. Dec 2010, 03:11

Bump.
I'm getting this while trying to backup my VM with the following command:
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VBoxManage clonevdi "$FILE" "$TARGET" --existing


The full error message is:
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ERROR: Could not get the storage format of the medium '/Volumes/Mac Aux/Mac OS X.vdi' (VERR_NOT_SUPPORTED)
Details: code VBOX_E_IPRT_ERROR (0x80bb0005), component Medium, interface IMedium, callee nsISupports
Context: "OpenHardDisk(dst, AccessMode_ReadWrite, false, Bstr(""), false, Bstr(""), dstDisk.asOutParam())" at line 667 of file VBoxManageDisk.cpp
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Re: verr_not_supported...

Postby Sasquatch » 2. Dec 2010, 20:12

The error would indicate that the file system that hosts the VDI file is unknown to VB. E.g. it's an btrfs partition and VB does not have full support for that to host files on. Did you change anything on the volumes you have mounted?
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