VirtualBox

Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #14428, comment 28


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09/08/2015 10:39:46 AM (5 years ago)
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  • Ticket #14428, comment 28

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    11OK, I have had a quick look at the driver query output that you uploaded and the first thing I have noticed as a user (I am not an Oracle employee and don't know the VB internals without reading all of the source code) is... 
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    3 Your listing appears to be that your VBoxNetAdp and VBoxNetFlt drivers are different to the ones that I have on my Windows 10 x64 install (5.0.3-102467).  My VBoxNetAdp uses the Windows driver file VBoxNetAdp6.sys whereas yours is VBoxNetAdp6.sys.  Mine also uses VBoxNetLwf.sys as the VirtualBox NDIS 6.0 bridged driver whereas you have VBoxNetFlt.sys.  Incidentally the control on this is set to manual and not started. 
     3Your listing appears to be that your VBoxNetAdp and VBoxNetFlt drivers are different to the ones that I have on my Windows 10 x64 install (5.0.3-102467).  My VBoxNetAdp uses the Windows driver file VBoxNetAdp6.sys whereas yours is VBoxNetAdp.sys.  Mine also uses VBoxNetLwf.sys as the VirtualBox NDIS 6.0 bridged driver whereas you have VBoxNetFlt.sys.  Incidentally the control on this is set to manual and not started. 
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    55It would look to me as though there is a problem with the installer that you are running.  Those more in the know might have other suggestions but I would start by removing the extension pack in VirtualBox and then uninstall VirtualBox.  Reboot and rerun the driverquery command and make sure there are no VirtualBox related drivers listed. 

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