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I had created a virtual machine Xubuntu 18.04.1, using Virtual Box 6.0 (on Windows 10 x64), initially with 10 Gb of space.

I needed to resize it to 20 Gb through the Windows command:

.\VBoxManage modifyhd "C:\Users\user\VirtualBox VMs\xubuntu\xubuntu.vdi" --resize 20000

Virtual Box is showing the correct space:

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But when using Gparted, it's not recognizing the unallocated space:

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What is wrong?

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Create a dummy in virtualbox and call it a clone create a dynamic drive of the size you want and use the following command.

The --existing will allow the original to be copied into it.

vboxmanage clonemedium disk /media/jack/VirtualBoxVM/BlackArch.vdi /media/jack/ExtraStorage/BlackArch_Clone/BlackArch_Clone.vdi --existing

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