Virtual box guest (windows 10 pro) captures USB devices but the Windows device manager does not see them.
Extension pack is installed and matched the virtual box version (7.0.10).
Ubuntu guest sees USB devices fine.
Can not find USB errors in the windows event viewer. It simply looks like virtualbox captures the USB device (and it is disconnected from the host) but then it does not appear in windows device manager.
The same virtual box guest was running fine before the weekend and before the upgrade.
Tried to downgrade virtualbox but it did not seem to help. Which is strange since like I said it was working without problems before the manjaro upgrade.
I have no idea how to start debugging this, but decided to start asking/reporting here since it seems that the upgrade to manjaro 23 triggered the issue.
Same virtual machine has been running for years (5ish) without any issue resembling this.
$ lsb_release -a LSB Version: n/a Distributor ID: ManjaroLinux Description: Manjaro Linux Release: 23.0.0 Codename: Uranos $ uname -r 6.4.12-1-MANJARO $ VBoxManage --version 7.0.10r158379 $ VBoxManage list extpacks Extension Packs: 1 Pack no. 0: Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack Version: 7.0.10 Revision: 158379 Edition: Description: Oracle Cloud Infrastructure integration, Host Webcam, VirtualBox RDP, PXE ROM, Disk Encryption, NVMe, full VM encryption. VRDE Module: VBoxVRDP Crypto Module: VBoxPuelCrypto Usable: true Why unusable:
Virtualbox guest additions 7.0.10 are installed on the guest.