Virt-Manager said ‘/dev/vda1: clean, files, blocks’ can’t start up error

Virt-Manager said ‘/dev/vda1: clean, files, blocks’ can’t start up error

This post provides a solution for solving VM can’t start up problem.
And as I knows, this problem happened because display settings misconfigure.

This problem will only happen in Ubuntu xenial (16.04)

First, power off(or force off) your virtual machine. And switch to information options, open Video VMVGA tab, and change Model to VMVGA.

And you will find everything back to normal:

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