Yikes - this sounds like your VDI file is corrupt. You may be stuck.
Throwing this out there - what file system are you using for partition where Virtualbox data is stored?
If you mean ext3 or ext 4 the standard
Rule #1 (IMHO) - never use the snapshot rubbish. If you need to backup your virtual machine, make a copy of the .vdi file
Hide your main .vdi file somewhere safe
open Virtual Box Manager and remove all the defined machines
goto ~/.VirtualBox/ and clear all files/subfolders
move your main .vdi to ~/.VirtualBox/
in Virtual Box Manager create a new machine using existing virtual hard drive (point to your .vdi)
The Virtual manager still could not see the see the vdi file I just removed the folder and made a new one added the vdi file and still nothing.
However Thanks for your suggestion It was a Huge Bloody help
. Now I know where all the folders I need to keep are at. lmao I was going nuts trying to figure this out
I am going to consider this HUGE resolved again thank you GermanTux darkages II Xenaflux