It's a Windows 2000/XP utility that prepares a windows install for being imaged. Windows moans about old VMWare hardware (just remove in device manager) and the VirtualBox replacements install fine from the menu. Yay! See the first post in this thread: "I've tried to create a .vmdk from xp using VMWare converter.
agp440.sys error? I did the agp440 rename thing. View all posts by chentiangemalc → This entry was posted in Debugging, VMWare, Windows PE and tagged VMWare BSOD AGP440.sys crash WinDBG debugging crash analysis. Add a floppy drive to your virtual machine by going to Virtual Machine > Settings > Other Device. https://kb.vmware.com/kb/1013846/
Regards, Abcuser abcuser Volunteer Posts: 553Joined: 10. I disabled the agp440 service using the recovery console, and now the VM is hanging on Mup.sys, however I have not yet tried renaming Mup.sys to see the effect. I also tried to open the duplicate with VMDK Mounter and it wouldn't open- saying, " It is not safe to mount the virtual disk. It has all the optimizations for virtualization (AMD-V and PAE/NX).
Uninstall that. Hardware Configuration Once booting into the desktop, Windows happily reports "new hardware" found and offer to install drivers for them. nav. ! Virtualbox Also you can't have the virtual machine powered on when your trying to mount it so try shutting down the original Virtual Machine by going to Virtual Machine Power down then
After reboot "ndis" froze, I disabled it. 4. EricMoore Aug 5, 2009 1:00 PM (in response to Spencebot) Hi Spencebot,Welcome to the VMware Fusion Forums. It was hanging on Mup so I Increased the memory available, Underneath the general tab I checked that XP is the type of OS, and on the advanced tab I checked Shutdown 4.
It boils down to this AFTER shutting down your guests:% vmware-vdiskmanager -r "Windows XP Professional.vmdk" -t 0 $THE_NAME_OF_THE_BIG_FAT_FILE.vmdkfurther troubles you might see:Windows 2000 does not start but displays a message about I have a bunch of 2GB segments, and vbox won't do anything with that's why I'm going back through vmware. Thanks. I think I'm down to "7.BIOS\ESCD\Motherboard chipset driver conflict with a component, its driver, or its registry data." The physical machine is an Intel P4.
Run regedit and browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Computer_System\ControlSet001\services\SynTP and set Start to 4 (disabled) 8. https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?p=58157 To do an automated analysis we just can type !analyse –v [enter]. Repair Virtual Machine Vmware However, I told the converter not to split the target image into the smaller (2GB) segments. Repair Windows 7 Vmware virgil_machineMay 19th, 2009, 01:46 PMI've been there.
I'm sure the windows is legal (the person I got it from wouldn't know how to pirate and she got it from Dell). Related About chentiangemalc specializes in end-user computing technologies. Clicked Repair Your Computer 3. Re: XP crashed after upgrading Fusion!! Vmware Converter Standalone
djpandemoniumMay 19th, 2009, 12:25 AMWhen you are setting up the conversion, once you get to View/Edit Options then take a look under "Data to Copy" options. I can convert my single boot machine, but I run into problems when I try to use it in Vbox. Interesting... Not sure what is causing this as it ran fine in VMPlayer and Vmware Server.
Any help appreciated!! If you don’t like going through hassle of using RegEdit to disable drivers on an offline system you can also use : AutoRuns (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963902) ServiWin (http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/serviwin.html) Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailPrintRedditLike this:Like Loading... Big surprise!
Make a copy of hal.dll in windows\system32 (so you can copy it back if you want to boot the machine again) 2. I tried safe mode, and last known configuration to no avail. I'd like to gather a little more information about your situation. Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. %d bloggers like this: virtualbox.org End user forums for VirtualBox Advanced search Board index ‹ General ‹
There may be issues there, but that's not this problem. I had, respectively, a hang at start up (safe mode hangs at agp440.sys listed) and a blue-screen (listing intelppm).The fix is to boot from a .ISO of Windows that contains the In this case I’m lucky and it’s a very simple crash to analyse. Recently I decided to migrate it to VirtualBox.