Ticket #1547 (closed defect: fixed)
Virtualbox incompatible with laptop power saving modes in Vista
|Reported by:||mikaelm||Owned by:|
|Version:||VirtualBox 1.6.0||Keywords:||windows vista bluescreen resume from hibernate hibernation error|
Description (last modified by frank) (diff)
I have a Lenovo X61 tablet with Dell's Vista Ultimate 32bit. The only particular thing about its configuration is that i have the Windows XP graphics card driver installed, and the latest beta of Villagetronic's VTBook drivers for Windows Vista installed (see villagetronic.com:s sitemap, "beta download", username betatest password testbeta for that). The machine works perfectly. I run the version of Virtualbox you had as default download on your web page 10 days ago.
I run latest Debian Etch (that's Linux kernel 2.6 right?) on it.
- When I run the machine in "Balanced" or "Power saver" mode and start my Linux virtual machine, my entire laptop crashes. The only messages i get is a partial boot in the virtualbox window, and in some instances it pops up strange DMA errors for the virtual harddrive - mostly timeouts, and once it reported a broken sector.
- When I hibernate the laptop while Virtualbox is running during evening, in the morning when I start the laptop, it says the laptop has recovered from a bluescreen.
Please fix these errors, as they might make users loose data!
Would you be so kind to fix this?
- Summary changed from 1) Virtualbox incompatible with laptop power saving modes in Vista. 2) Virtualbox incompatible with hibernate/resuming in Vista. to Virtualbox incompatible with laptop power saving modes in Vista
- Host type changed from other to Windows
- Description modified (diff)