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    Angry VIRTUALIZATION of Windows within Xen ends up in nasty BSODD.

    Hi there guys!

    I've successfully managed to solve my first problem alone (Xen Virtualization brakes up [OpenSuse 11.1]. WTF? - openSUSE Forums).

    Having set up XEN, I wanted to install Windows. Everything seemed to work just fine - until life hit me hard again:



    Everyone knows this blue guy... how to throw him away? Mh... I'll google the errors tomorrow. I'm tired.

    Good night, folks! ^^
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    Default Re: VIRTUALIZATION of Windows within Xen ends up in nasty BS

    Shoot... I couldnt find the possible reason for these errors. If anyone knows what the error codes mean, please tell me!

    T H A N K S,
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    Default Re: VIRTUALIZATION of Windows within Xen ends up in nasty BS

    According to Bug Check 0xF4: CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION, 0x000000F4 means I have a "CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION" inside my virtual machine.
    As cause MSDN states that "Several processes and threads are necessary for the operation of the system. When they are terminated for any reason, the system can no longer function."

    - which obiously means that Xen probably is configured to stop necessary processes that allow the OS to be installed.

    Any suggestions, guys?

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    Default Re: VIRTUALIZATION of Windows within Xen ends up in nasty BS

    Anyone..please. Its kinda urgend.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Talking DONE, DUDES...DONE!

    SOLVED! yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeehaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
    Check this. ^^

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