How to resolve problem Virtual disk is not accessible on the host?

By andrewmanson1994 ·
While accessing my virtual machine I got an error like a virtual disk is not accessible on the host. Can anyone tell how to resolve this error?

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Virtual disk - VITS

by Vitsusa In reply to How to resolve problem Vi ...

Some common reasons which can cause corruption in the Virtual machine disk file – Virus Infection, Dirty shutdown or abruptly system shutdown and one of the main reasons of this error is included human mistakes such as accidental deletion or removal of the important files, cleaning the system registry, improper disk management issues or forcefully termination etc.
Follow the certain steps to repair VMDK file data manually

1. First, the user has to open the command line by pressing Windows + R.
2. Now Navigate to the local installation of Vmware development kit.
C: >>program files>>VMware>>Virtual disk Development kit >>bin.
3. After the user has to type, the following command “vmware-vsdiskmanager.exe”-R “ provide the full path of your corrupt virtual machine disk file”.

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Manual as well as alternative approach

by Alice Samanta In reply to How to resolve problem Vi ...

Yes, manual method will work. In case due to a certain level of corruption, if the above method does not work. Then you can try any recovery tool for such issues.

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Virtual Drive Recovery Software for Recover and Restore VHD Files data

by 1990markchris In reply to How to resolve problem Vi ...

With Virtual Disk Recovery tool you can easily backup your lost data and recover data from inaccessible Virtual Drive Files. The software will help you to repair Virtual Disk Drive for more information visit on this article

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virtual disk

by obule In reply to How to resolve problem Vi ...

hi! iam not shure what is a virtual disk. suppose you have to boot 'em through bluetooth. not sure. iso image? or what it is??

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