daggerlin wrote:Can vdi auto-splitting in FAT32?
I don't want to using NTFS.
Therefore, I create vdi in FAT32 formatted disk.
When using over 4G disk space, it crashed.
Automatic splitting of VDI files under FAT32 are not possible due to its 4 GB limitation. Any attempts to create a hard disk image on a FAT32 partition larger than 4 GB will cause VirtualBox to crash when trying to create a virtual hard drive.
The best solution is to create a virtual hard disk on a NTFS or a exFAT partition (Windows Vista Service Pack 1 or later).
(Hard drives that are not used for booting purposes can
be formatted as a exFAT partition, ya know.)
I experienced my fate when I first tried to create hard disk images on a 60 GB USB hard drive when it was formatted as a FAT32 partition. I ended up having to convert to NTFS.