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Owner YanVugenfirer commented Jan 6, 2016 Thanks for the report. A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. STOP 0x0000007E (0x80000003,..) is a weird one. I'm hearing lots of good things about KVM but I just don't think it's there yet. have a peek here

None of the Windows recovery options were any help - constant BSODs. de Bruyn [email protected] wrote: Still occurring for me when using the drivers from virtio-win-0.1.112.iso [image: win2k8r2-bsod] https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/158380/12125130/6f02ab22-b39e-11e5-813f-cd3dc2d06cb4.png — Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub #8 (comment) . So it is absolutely critical to always match the driver version to the guest OS version. MikeKulls2 commented Feb 11, 2016 We have 2 servers where we are getting the issue, one running redhat 6.4 and another on redhat 7.2.

Stop Error 0x0000007e

Our KVM install exists on 3 disks which we might need to boot up to retrieve some data so I will take a look. The Perfomance with IDE-Drivers was terrible. This scenario should be supported.

  1. So their servers run on a qemu/kvm/libvirt host and since 15 hours I get infrequent bluescreens within the 2008R2 terminalserver.
  2. Ihr Feedback wurde gesendet.
  3. I can repro this by installing the Win8 or Win2012 version of the driver in a Win7 or Win2008R2 VM and it appears to be crashing by design (as stupid as
  4. The bugcheck was: 1000007E, {ffffffffc0000005, fffff80001b62c38, fffff8800331d2a8, fffff8800331cb00}.
  5. And after a bunch of Tests with virtio-driver-versions i got lucky with the virtio-win-0.1-49.iso.
  6. Never ran into BSOD since I installed the correct VirtIO drivers.

On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 3:53 AM, Andres Lagar-Cavilla < [email protected]> wrote: Got the following iso: virtio-win-0.1-52.iso and it bsods on install. When I use the backports kernel (4.6.0-0.bpo.1-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.6.3-1~bpo8+1) everything works fine. It can be done off-line with libguestfs. Stop Code 0x0000007e Best regards, Vadim.

andreslagarcavilla commented Feb 20, 2013 I was able to peek the bsod. Blue Screen Error 0x0000007e Also on Windows 2008 R2. First it shouldn't be possible to install the wrong drivers if this is the result. The BSOD is flying by too quickly as the VM reboots.

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Blue Screen Error 0x0000007e

Mounted the partition that contains viostor.sys, which is the second partition in a disk image stored in an LVM2 VM, by getting the partition offset from fdisk, multiplying that by 512 Same for the BSOD screenshot posted by @darkpixel. Stop Error 0x0000007e Using the recovery options to manually load viostor.sys from virtio-win-0.1-49.iso resulted in an instant BSOD at driver load (not even after a reboot). 0x0000007e Windows 7 The reason was not the driver - it was the host machines kernel.

It looks like TargetOSVersion is exactly what we're looking for: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff547454(v=vs.85).aspx And we should use it because expecting Windows to automatically figure out what to install when pointed to the root http://mmonoplayer.com/windows-7/bsod-stop-0x000000f4.html Hope this helps someone. 👍 1 darkpixel commented Jan 5, 2016 Still occurring for me when using the drivers from virtio-win-0.1.112.iso Subsequent reboots produce stop 0x0000005c. Maybe the automatic features of windows is doing something though? If this happens, make sure a debugger gets connected, and the system is booted /DEBUG. Stop: 0x0000007e (0xffffffffc0000005)

This VM is special, because its a 2008R2 Terminalserver with 24GiB RAM and lots of CPU Cores. Forcing windows to look in the win7 folder allowed the driver to be loaded correctly and the system seems (so far) to be stable. I believe that we've seen virtio-win drivers coming from WU before, @vrozenfe knows more. Check This Out Vadim will look into it.

Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. Stop 7e Windows 7 I'll post an update when a new build with proper .inf versioning is out. 👍 2 Retrofreak commented Jul 23, 2016 Argh, its nearly 3.am here, and I'm glad to After a few minutes you should have your installation show up as usual.

Removing the files refereed to above by @pashadee allows the system to boot again.

Reload to refresh your session. Once I trigger the driver install it happens even in safe mode. Now I'm going to attempt to change the boot/system volume(s) to use virtio again. Stop 0x0000007e 0xffffffff80000003 It happens when I install it for the data drive.

However I am not sure that Windows was using version 0.1-49 as I told it to - it would be just like Windows to disregard the sysadmin's orders and use some If you are trying to convert your system/boot disk to virtio for performance then the method of adding an additional disk as virtio, installing the driver, reboot, shutdown, remove second disk, Feedback enthält ungültige Zeichen, nicht angenommene Sonderzeichen: <> (, ) \ Feedback senden Derzeit ist kein Zugriff auf das Feedbacksystem möglich. this contact form Thanks.

But I thought, it's time to switch to the next LTS version. @MikeKulls2 yes, I tried lots of combinations and I am sure I pointed to the correct driver files. Lucia St. Vincent und die Grenadinen Südafrika Surinam Swasiland Tadschikistan Taiwan Tansania Thailand Togo Trinidad und Tobago Tschad Tschechien Tunesien Türkei Turkmenistan Turks- und Caicosinseln Uganda Ukraine Ungarn Uruguay USA Usbekistan Vanuatu Venezuela MikeKulls2 commented Feb 11, 2016 Collaborator vrozenfe commented Feb 11, 2016 We will need a bit more information from you: qemu command line; qemu and kvm versions; output from Windows systeminfo

The BSOD is flying by too quickly as the VM reboots. But the 6th VM crashes. I'm happy to help debug this issue but I have no idea how. The crash itself ( viostor!__security_cookie + 2d happens due stepping into int 3 with no WinDbg attached): viostor!__security_init_cookie [d:\wbrtm\minkernel\tools\gs_support\kmodefastfail\gs_support.c @ 36]: 36 0000000140008000 488b05f9dfffff mov rax,qword ptr [viostor!__security_cookie (0000000140006000)] 43 0000000140008007

MikeKulls2 commented Apr 5, 2016 Thanks ladipro, I don't have the environment setup any longer. I think even if I remove the virtio disk then it will still crash. You signed in with another tab or window. Best regards, Yan.

Technically, Win7 drivers should run fine on Win7, Win8 and Win10 platforms.