The command needs to be run with root permissions...
If it still doesn't work then make sure that you have the correct kernel headers installed...Code:sudo /etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup
Code:sudo apt-get install linux-headers-`uname -r`
Still the same error message ..
After trying the second code ..
Can you copy and paste here exactly what commands you are trying and the exact output please.
What happens to me, when there is a kernel update. The OS will not load and then get a kernel error.It's an easy fix. Just reinstall vbox, everything will be like it was. So you might want to try reinstalling VB.