I'm running Android-x86 on a VMware Virtual Machine. The
.vmdk contains a single partition, formatted as ext4, and for that (and other) reasons I simply cannot mount it with the so-called "Disk Mount Utility".
Now, for some reason, my Android VM is not booting, and I want to access the
.vmdk file to manually delete the Dalvik Cache folder in an attempt to fix that. Using 7-Zip I can view the contents of the file, but that's it - It's read-only.
So the question is really, how do I go about changing the contents of the
.vmdk file on Windows?
Small, simple, portable solutions that doesn't require admin priviledges are favoured.