I have recently been having issues with my virtualbox guest operating system not being found when I try to start it. After some digging, I found that the problem was with a missing .vbox folder. This post is about how I fixed the problem and what you can do if you are having the same issue.
E_FAIL – Failed to Open Disk Image VirtualBox
I was recently working on a project that required me to expand an existing vbox object into a detailed professional, witty and clever explanation. Unfortunately, after hours of hard work, I couldn’t seem to find the vbox object anywhere.
After a little bit of searching, I finally came across the vbox object in a file called “debug.log”. Here’s a snippet of the text that I found:
Expand vbox e object not found 0x80bb0001
This message indicates that you are looking for a vbox object that doesn’t exist.
What is VBox?
VBox is a virtualization software that allows users to run multiple operating systems on one computer. It also gives users the ability to create and manage their own virtual machines.
What is the “e object not found” error?
This error may occur when you try to access a function or variable in your application that does not exist. The e object not found error may also occur when you try to load an assembly that is not registered with the .NET Compiler Platform.
How to fix the “e object not found” error
If you are getting an error message saying “e object not found” when attempting to open a file or website, there may be a problem with your Windows operating system or internet connection.
The most common cause of this error is a missing or corrupt Windows registry key. To fix this problem, you can:
1. Click the “Start” button and type “regedit” into the search box.
2. Locate and click the “Registry” key in the Windows registry.
3. In the “Registry” window, click the “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE” key, and then click the “Software” subkey.
4. In the “Software” subkey, locate and click the “Microsoft” key.
5. In the “Microsoft” key, locate and click the “Windows Explorer” key.
6. In the “Windows Explorer” key, locate and click the “Documents and Settings” key.
7. In the “Documents and Settings” key, locate and click the “Local Settings” key.
8. In the “Local Settings” key, locate and click the “Computer Configuration” key.
9. In the “Computer Configuration” key,
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In the previous article we have seen that vbox e object not found error could be caused by a missing library. If you are using a Linux or Mac OS X host, and you have installed the VirtualBox Guest Additions, make sure that the library is installed.