I have a VM that is stating that path/osname-vmware-amd64-000011.vmdk is missing however when I look at that location the file does seem to exist so I'm not sure if this is corrupt,
The "osname-vmware-amd64-000011.vmdk" file is the descriptor file of the snapshot and it points to a variety of disk slices.
eg. "osname-vmware-amd64-000011-s001.vmdk" up to "osname-vmware-amd64-000011-s021.vmdk" from the looks of your screenshot.
If one of the slices is missing you will get the earlier mentioned error.
Going back to an earlier snapshot might fix it.
BTW, another poster here recently mentioned that his antivirus had flagged some disk slices of their kali vm, so perhaps that is what happened on your end?
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Thank you so much for that it forced me to go back and check that all files were there, odd that the file that was missing wasn’t the exact file that the error was showing but I had some backups that I managed to pull the missing slice from.
Thank you so much for this you have saved me literally 3 months of hard work... you are a superstar.