I had a Qubes install become unbootable after a hard restart and I tried booting on multiple laptops but the SSD was unrecognizable for boot. After multiple attempts in trying to restore that Qubes OS , I gave up and downloaded a new Qubes on a new SSD.
I plugged in that old SSD (running Qubes 3 I think) in my Debian laptop and I was able to view all the VM’s I had on there using the lsblk command.
My main focus is trying to recover a couple Standalone VM’s I had. If the VM was a standalone os and it was Kali linux for example, how do I recover that? Also, same question for a standalone Windows 10 VM.
My template vm’s and appvm’s I can figure it out because I can click all the drives that show up and go through them but I cant seem to find standalone OS VM’s. lsblk also doesn’t have a mount-point for the standalone vms and some off my other vms.
Is this possible? Am I better off trying to fix the boot issue? I tried the Qubes USB stick rescue option but I keep getting no linux partitions found.