Export Virtual Machine to OVA File in Oracle VM VirtualBox [FULL GUIDE]

Importing and Exporting Virtual Machines You can choose between two formats for importing a virtual machine: the Microsoft VHD format, which allows sharing the image with other systems, and the VMware.vmdks format, which makes the virtual machines portable. Exporting a virtual machine is very easy too. Open the virtual machine, select Export appliance…, and follow … Read more

Configure Virtual Machine in the Oracle VM VirtualBox [FULL GUIDE]

Oracle VM VirtualBox is one of the most popular virtualization software solutions for Windows operating systems. This article explains how to use the Oracle VM VirtualBox Command Line Interface (CLI) to perform common administrative tasks such as creating, deleting, starting, stopping, restarting, resizing, moving, copying, snapshotting, exporting, importing, attaching, detaching, sharing, cloning, and restoring VMs. … Read more

Error Applying Hyper-V Virtual Switch Properties in Windows 10 [FIXED]

This article provides information about how to fix the following errors: Error code 0x80070002 – “Cannot apply virtual switch properties changes.” Error code 0x80244012 – “The operation failed because the virtual machine ‘VM name’ does not exist. Verify that you entered the correct virtual machine name.” Error code 0xc0000135 – “An unexpected error occurred during … Read more

Can’t Boot Windows 11 After Enabling Hyper-V Virtualization [SOLVED]

Windows 10 includes Hyper-V, a virtualization technology built into the operating system. But some users experience issues booting up their computers after enabling it. In this article we’ll show you how to fix this problem. The issue occurs because of incorrect BIOS settings. If your computer doesn’t start up properly after enabling Hyper-V, try changing … Read more

Disable VBS to Increase Performance in Windows 11 [GUIDE]

What Effects Will Disabling VBS Have on Your System? Virus Blocking Software (VBS) is a feature built into Windows operating systems since Windows XP SP1. While most antivirus programs block malware, some people still want to keep VBS enabled because they think it provides additional security. However, disabling VBS could make your system vulnerable to … Read more