First, I read the other questions with similar titles and didn't find an answer.
I'm running Ubuntu 11.10 on an x86_64 machine. The guest is Windows 7. I've been running Virtualbox 4.1.12 daily since April 3. (and earlier versions before that) I ran it 2 days ago without problems. When I ran it last night, I got the message: Fatal: No bootable medium found! System halted.
I haven't changed any of the virtualbox settings. Any idea of what's wrong? Could one of the latest updates to Ubuntu have broken virtualbox?
VB is configured as:
- IDE Controller
- IDE Secondary Master (CD/DVD): Empty
- SATA Controller
- SATA Port 0: Win7-disk1.vdi (Normal, 58.59 GB)
AFAIK, it uses Win7-disk1.vdi for its disk. There is no .iso.