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Conversion of vbox file format to vdi file format beta

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Convert VirtualBox settings to VirtualBox disk image.

There is no way how you could ever convert .vbox files to .vdi files, regardless if they both come from VirtualBox, which means that vbox to vdi conversion is unlikely.

A .vbox file is just some kind of settings for the virtual machine, so just a one piece of a whole and it needs to be converted as a whole, typically for other virtualization platforms.

Updated: November 9, 2018

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Additional links: vbox file extension details, vdi file extension details

 

 

VBOX

Files with vbox extension can be found as virtual machine settings for VirtualBox virtualization software.

VDI

A vdi file extension is used for VirtualBox Virtual Disk Image files. VirtualBox is free virtualization software for Windows, Mac and Unix based operating systems. Virtual Disk Image is proprietary VirtualBox container file format used to emulate physical disk that store virtualized operating system and virtualized data.

 

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