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How to Change the UUID on a VDI File

Posted 09-26-2012 at 12:57 AM by kashifazizawan

How to Change the UUID on a VDI File

o 1
Open a command prompt window by clicking “Start,” typing “Command Prompt” into the search box and pressing “Enter.”
o 2
Type the following command and press “Enter” to change to the VirtualBox directory. Replace the default directory with the location of your VirtualBox directory if you installed Virtualbox to a custom location.
Cd C:\Program Files\Oracle\Virtualbox
o 3
Type the following command, replacing the path with the location of your VDI file, and press “Enter:"
VBoxManage internalcommands sethduuid "C:\Users\Name\VirtualBox VMs\Example\Example.vdi"
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