We’ve all been there. Setting up a new machine and giving it a 20GB hard drive because it’ll literally only need 4GB ever and then, two years later, it’s somehow full and won’t boot. Unlike Windows based guests on Hyper-V, which can have their drives resized easily by the Hyper-V tools, Linux guests are a little different. You can certainly resize the disk image in the same way (turn the VM off, choose Edit Disk, and then Expand), but Linux …
When backing up to a Synology NAS using VeeamZIP via PowerShell, the job was failing with an “isFileExists” error. Here’s the solution.
The last animation
Crash! But not that sort of crash.
I like to move it.
Let’s Make A Game.
A film by M. Night Shyamalan.
0x8004531c, is the magic number
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