I recently was installing Fedora in a VM. The install went fine, so I moved the CD image off of my desktop into my general Linux ISOs folder. The next time I opened VirtualBox, I got an error saying it couldn't find the Fedora ISO. I launch the Virtual Media Manager to remove it and it won't let me. I've checked to ensure it's ejected from the VM, it appears to be. What do I do?


It's probably still inserted in the virtual CD/DVD drive in a snapshot. Go in and delete the snapshot tree and then try removing it.

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