Ticket #10329 (closed defect: fixed)
Windows 8 Boot problem
|Reported by:||Ric157||Owned by:|
I've installed Windows 8 Consumer Preview on a machine with Windows 7 as host. The installation was successfully, but an error occurred and it couldn't reboot the first time during the installation. On the second attempt, rebooting went right and Windows 8 worked. Now I can't boot the OS. It tries to "repair" something, but the screen remains working to repair or even black. I don't know if it's dued to an installation went wrong or to my settings for the guest machine.
These are my PC's features: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6700 4 gb ram DDR2 @ 667mhz 1 TB hdd (2 x 500) 1 GB video memory (NVIDIA 250 GTS)
and here are VBox settings: 2 processors 2432 mb ram 171 mb video memory
Hope you'll find the problem. Thanks!