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My own VB version works fine, and I've no intention to update it.
If the update is complete, you will read in the terminal, that you have to reboot the guest. BTW: If you still have the fear, that there might brake anything by the guest additions update - this obviously does changes to the guest - than you can create a snapshot for the guest before you launch it.
This process is as simple as installing any software via Software Manager. There is no need - at least not for minor updates - to remove the previous version before, so skip this part. had lots of fun in getting win-10 to work in a VB this is a 32bit PC but the CPU does have the required PAE/NX as well as VTx technology. and would be similar to running any 64bit O/s in a VB.
Mike, you are right, that your machines do not get affected by the updates - just as your office documents do not get affected by updating Libre Office.
In the - unlikely - case, that there should be a problem, going back to the snapshot point (in the VB Manager after powering down the VM) means, that the VM is exactly at the same state as before (inclusive the old guest additions of course). p=1164290#p1164290 , I decided to uninstall the VB software that I installed from the Package Manager, so I clicked Menu, All Application, Oracle Virtual Box, RMK (Right Mouse Key), Uninstall. Then I went to Oracle's site and downloaded the version for Ubuntu 14, 64 bit. Now I was in trouble because I could no longer start Package Manager.
Only caveat: In case, that you did not shut down your guest, but used the save state function for quitting, you should at first start the VM and shut it properly down. Today I wanted to add a second guest OS, being Win7 64 bit.
Having different versions of VB and the extension pack is a usual cause for problems. Regarding the guest additions: It is advisable to update the guest additions also, but if you do not, the VM will not break (but there could be regressions because of the incompatibility).