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Can a Dynamically Allocated Virtualbox VM overwrite existing files?
Just wondering if setting up a Virtualbox VM with Dynamically Allocated size can overwrite files that already exist on a drive? I've set quite a few up now on an external disk (not the fastest method but storage on my internals is running a little low).
I would assume that it doesn't overwrite existing data, but just wanted to check with you guys to make sure.
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