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    deleting of guest os in virtual box 4.0.4

    I installed gOS in virtualbox4.0.4, but I wont know how to delete guest OS.
    In my Hard disk one seperate partition created for that, but for windows guest os the partition is created in home folder itself.
    Please help me
    Thank you....

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    Re: deleting of guest os in virtual box 4.0.4

    Quote Originally Posted by rajendar View Post
    I installed gOS in virtualbox4.0.4, but I wont know how to delete guest OS.
    In my Hard disk one seperate partition created for that, but for windows guest os the partition is created in home folder itself.
    Please help me
    Thank you....
    dont create multiple threads http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1821513

    Right click in menu and choose remove,it will ask if you want to remove all files.

    as for other thread, RAM is only used when VM is running so is released, all RAM is volatile !
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    Re: deleting of guest os in virtual box 4.0.4

    is there any way without using right click

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    Re: deleting of guest os in virtual box 4.0.4

    Select the VM and then click on Machine > Remove.
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    Re: deleting of guest os in virtual box 4.0.4

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesemill View Post
    Select the VM and then click on Machine > Remove.
    And with that sound advice, old thread closed.


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