Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? Turning off VT-x on the laptop eliminates the crash. Thank you –darkdog Jul 3 '12 at 8:39 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using Facebook weblink
I can see all the files and folders in it. Join Now For immediate help use Live now! You could try adding the LSI Driver. I recommend installing all available critical patches as well. (Untested) SOLUTION 2 (Utility CD) Replace the scsiport.sys file on the virtual machine manually using utility boot disk STEPS Obtain boot utility http://www.bonusbits.com/main/HowTo:Fix_Windows_2000_Vmware_P2V_BSOD_with_KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
I'm going back to 3.0.x comment:6 in reply to: ↑ 5 Changed 7 years ago by netslayer Replying to netslayer: Replying to netslayer: I'm having the same problem (PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA 0x00000050) but intermittently Connect with top rated Experts 25 Experts available now in Live! The PC is a standard Pentium with IDE disk from circa 2001. Please note that shadowprotect images are now officually supported by VMware.
I am lost for ideas, normally p2v of a basic IDE pc works flawlessly. Kmode Exception Not Handled Windows 10 Fix Try and remove all USBs, cd/dvd drives, floppy drives before booting. http://www.windows2000.windowsreinstall.com/Repair/ 0 LVL 118 Overall: Level 118 VMware 110 Virtualization 70 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE) ID: 353963302011-04-14 could you just remove the https://communities.vmware.com/thread/206168?tstart=0 Thanks a bunch. 0 Featured Post Netscaler Common Configuration How To guides Promoted by Michael Leonard If you use NetScaler you will want to see these guides.
Covered by US Patent. You have to downgrade to one processor and no vt-x. My guess is that the crash is happening during the load of SPTD.sys within the guest. comment:13 Changed 7 years ago by borut Windows 2000 SP4 guest works fine under VB 3.1.6 on Windows XP Home SP3 host too (AMD Athlon 64; no 2D/3D acceleration activated, no
No resize involved. –PowerApp101 Jun 1 '09 at 9:48 Well it depends if you have changed the physical disk size or layout during the conversion. why not find out more vSphere VMware Windows Server 2016 Evolving your Virtualization Strategy Article by: Acronis Is your company's data protection keeping pace with virtualization? Kb891861 You'll need to know the administrator password. This blog post explains how to fix the issue on Linux while it's still a VM image.
I'm not resizing partitions, just creating a vm with target disks the same size as the source. have a peek at these guys I since removed the IDE hard drive and it still cannot boot BOOT-BIOS.PNG MAIN---Boot.PNG MAIN-BIOS.PNG settings.PNG 0 Message Author Comment by:btny ID: 353961672011-04-14 Hi everyone, any thoughts or ideas? 0 Signup for Free! Changed 7 years ago by kyndigen attachment Win2k-3.0.12-works.log added Log of a working boot under 3.0.12 Changed 7 years ago by kyndigen attachment Win2k-3.1.6-BSOD.log added Log of a boot that results
Previous version it worked in virtualbox-3.0 3.0.12-54655_Ubuntu_jaunty 3.0.12-54655_Ubuntu_jaunty New version it broke in virtualbox-3.1 3.1.2-56127_Ubuntu_jaunty 3.1.2-56127_Ubuntu_jaunty Spoke too soon about it being stable with VT-X disabled. Re-installed with Karmac VB, repro'd again. I'm willing to put a bounty on this as I am trying to sort this out for a client urgently. check over here However - the only thing that I did to fix it was downloaded the SP4 rollup, installed in on the Windows 2000 server and reran the VConvertor to do a P2V
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In each case the physical machines had a … In each case the server blue screened with an error "INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE … […] Fix Windows 2000 P2v Bsod Errors - Windows XP, Re-installed with Karmac VB, repro'd again. Interrestingly, I am also using a MacBook Pro (5,2 17" 2.66GHz C2D). Confirmed disabling of VT-X returns stability.
Thanks 0 Comment Question by:btny Facebook Twitter LinkedIn https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/26951681/Windows-2000-VM-suddenly-gets-blue-screen-INACCESSIBLE-BOOT-DEVICE.htmlcopy LVL 28 Best Solution bybgoering The vm settings look ok assuming you were booting from SCSI 0:0 before. Confirmed disabling of VT-X returns stability. Windows 2000 – (P2V) – ADD VMSCSI (BusLogic) is what I used 0 LVL 28 Overall: Level 28 VMware 24 Virtualization 12 Message Expert Comment by:bgoering ID: 354053472011-04-15 Did you RebootNOTE if you need to you can change the settings on startup by editing the VM settings/options for boot time this is in milliseconds so set it HIGH.
My guess is that the crash is happening during the load of SPTD.sys within the guest. Question has a verified solution. Content is available under GNU Free Documentation License 1.3 or later unless otherwise noted. Confirmed disabling of VT-X returns stability.
check hard disk1 and hard disk 2 are both scsi? 0 Message Author Comment by:btny ID: 354045362011-04-15 Here is my boot.ini if this matters [boot loader] timeout=30 default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\WINNT [operating systems] My w2k image boots just fine on 3.2.0 with VT-x enabled. It's never happened for Windows 2003 servers that I've P2Ved, I'm wondering if it's just a Win2000 thing. –PowerApp101 Jun 1 '09 at 9:42 I've just read the blog All rights reserved.
Also, Windows 2000, really? http://communities.vmware.com/thread/206168?tstart=0 0 Message Author Comment by:bvoris ID: 248060242009-07-08 Awesome - Thanks. What fixed the issue was the info initially provided by za_mkh. Did any European ever witness a major Inca religious festival?
After a couple of attempts I thought I was fighting a lost cause. Under 3.1.2, the desktop host works, but the laptop host crashes with the BSOD. comment:9 in reply to: ↑ 7 Changed 7 years ago by msa.operations Replying to kyndigen: I hit the exact same problem on boot of my Win2k guest... Because the VMware P2V tool was expensive, and per VM!