[vbox-dev] Host BSOD after r49150 and r49151

Ramshankar ramshankar.venkataraman at oracle.com
Mon Oct 21 08:42:16 UTC 2013


On 10/21/2013 09:51 AM, Ramshankar wrote:
> Which host are you using exactly? Could you attach a VBox.log for a VM
> you start that causes the BSOD?
>
> Also how quickly does it BSOD?

Nevermind I re-read and see that you already answered the 2nd question. 
Just attaching the VBox.log would be helpful.

Regards,
Ram.

> Regards,
> Ram.
>
> On 10/20/2013 07:34 AM, Vic Lee wrote:
>> Hi there,
>>
>> Recently when I updated to latest SVN tree I found out that my host
>> (yes, the host, not guest) always BSOD whenever I try to start any VM
>> with more than 1 vCPU. This kind of BSOD is so weird, that there's no
>> bug check code or minidump whatsoever, only a bluescreen with some texts
>> saying things like "Hardware Malfunction" (google "BSOD hardware
>> malfunction" for images and you will see what I mean). So I can't tell
>> which source line exactly is causing it. I managed to confirm the following:
>>
>> 1. It happens only after r49150 and r49151 (which should be the same
>> changeset). If I stay at revision r49149 it's ok.
>> 2. It happens only if I use more than 1 vCPU in the guest. Everything
>> seems to be fine if I change the VM to use 1 vCPU.
>> 3. I tried to boot a windows 7 installation CD in a newly created VM,
>> but the host still BSOD (as long as condition 1 and 2 are met), just
>> before the setup ran into graphic mode. So it should have nothing to do
>> with guest OS.
>>
>> Anyone is aware of this or trying to fix it?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Vic
>> Anyone is aware of this or trying to fix it?
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