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Since the upgrade to Virtualbox to version 3.2.2-62321, when I start any of my virtual machines I get the following error: Failed to open a session for the virtual machine My Machine Name.The VM session was closed before any attempt to power it on.And nothing fancy, just the defaults, 1 processor, no sound, LAN, COM or USB. I disabled USB support and tried the detached start again. Honestly, it sounds like you broke your system by installing broken/incompatible drivers.One of them might be locking VT-x or something like that?After a hurried close-down of the vm before the client system is boot up. I have also noticed that I have two of them in the virtual media manager. The two devices' locations are listed as C:\Apps\VIRTUAL~1\VBox Guest (which is the one currently selected) and C:\Apps\Virtual Box\VBox Guest Switching to the other device also seems to fix the problem. But was due to already open (ghost) Virtual Box session which i only could detect in the Task Manager. Thanks, Elvis I have got this error as well : [Failed to open a session for the virtual machine My Machine Name. So right clicked on the VM and selected "Discard Saved State".I quickly reverted the vm to a child snapshot of a bunch of 2nd level snapshots, Then I cant start that vm anymore, reverting to any other snapshot won't help either. After switching back to the original one, the virtual machine will still start up again. The VM session was closed before any attempt to power it on] And my vm was in saved state. This resolved the issue and I was able to start my VM back.I have since installed Virtual Box 3.2.4, but that made no difference.I posted the issue on the Forums: I upgraded Virtual Box to version 3.2.2-62321 on a Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit host.
The permission issue did not affect me until I tried to restart the VM. After I installed the new version of Virtual Box (5). This applies to the following error (Choose an image to run window - not session was closed): Failed to open a session for the virtual machine Slax.
My Fedora 10 image will boot, but not my Win XP Pro VM. I needed to reboot the host, so I saved the state of the machine to hibernate, and after reboot, I get this exact error message and behavior, no logs generated. I also got same error as Failed to open a session for the virtual machine My Machine Name. I do have the same error as well (Failed to open a session for the virtual machine My Machine Name).
I did try to "show log" to post here, but making that selection results in Virtual Box "(Not Responding)". I discarded the state and attempted to start clean, but there was no change. The VM session was closed before any attempt to power it on. The details show: Result Code: E_FAIL (0x80004005) Component: Progress Proxy Interface: IProgress During teh days before this error, I have niticed that: After starting my laptop again (that was set on Hibrenate), I di see that the VM was closed on its own.
My v CD drive had nothing in it, but when I removed the CD entirely and I could finally successfully start the VM. Details: Result Code: E_FAIL (0x80004005) Component: Machine Interface: ISession workaround done and it worked me Some windows patches are installed as part of patch update by our admin team. At starting it again - I do get the warning tha it was abnormally closed, with the choice of the way of starting it again. However, today I do not get father than the above error when trying to "Start".
I had this same error message and similar symptom yesterday. What has corrected the problem for me is to release the VBox Guest from the CD/DVD device. So in that way I cannot get to my applications and data :( I would be very thankful for any helo/suggestion!
After granting the user write permissions to the parent folder, the VM started normally. I resolved it in the following way: Settings/Storage/Storage Tree/Optical Drive (Empty) - left click/Attributes/Optical Drive - left click on the disc icon/Choose Optical Virtual Disc File/Choose System ISO (Live or Not) I clicked on "OK" button. The VM session was aborted, Result Code: E_FAIL (0x80004005) Component: Session Machine Interface: ISession My 2 cents worth.