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20.8. Restoring a saved machine

After you start the Virtual Machine Manager, all virtual machines on your system are displayed in the main window. Domain0 is your host system. If there are no machines present, this means that currently there are no machines running on the system.
To restore a previously saved session:
  1. From the File menu, select Restore a saved machine .
    Restoring a virtual machine
    Figure 20.18. Restoring a virtual machine

  2. The Restore Virtual Machine main window appears.
    Selecting saved virtual machine session
    Figure 20.19. Selecting saved virtual machine session

  3. Navigate to correct directory and select the saved session file.
  4. Click Open .
The saved virtual system appears in the Virtual Machine Manager main window.
A restored virtual machine manager session
Figure 20.20. A restored virtual machine manager session

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