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Recreating VM with Corrupt checkpoints

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VirtualizationWindows Server 2016Windows Server 2012Hyper-VWindows 10
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Have a working VM with 50 checkpoints and unable to delete them - get catastrophic failure from GUI or powershell.
I have the option to Windows Server backup VM from within and then import into a new one and delete old.
Some articles say export VM from most recent snapshot and then import into new - If I did this method would I lose all changes since the snapshot date (4 weeks ago) ?
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