Sounds like quite a tricky situation there with your VM. Best guess is is that the VMDK files are corrupt. But just because they are corrupt doesn’t mean you can’t get them back. As you can see in https://www.diskinternals.com/vmfs-recovery/repair-vmdk-files/ Fixing the problem isn’t such a hard task now. Mware files are prone to corruption as […]
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