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The directions tell me that first I need to use vmware disk manager. NEW !! At the end of my rope. This, presumably, is the bad piece of gear. http://justforwebmasters.com/blue-screen/bsod-7b-vmware.html
I'll try again. Remember to disconnect optical and floppy drives. If I get to the bottom of my mup.sys issue I will post it. I've been researching the Mup.sys stuff. https://communities.vmware.com/thread/223482?start=0&tstart=0
You should have a numbered list of detected OS folders, even a single boot system will still have one Windows directory labeled (1), select the damaged build and you'll be prompted I did not see an option to create a single file, and I looked. Usually is the operative word above because it can also be another hardware item stopping windows from taking over. Re: XP SP3 Blue screen during boot Punchey Apr 1, 2010 3:50 AM (in response to Shoome) I know I'm resurrecting a pretty old thread, but I wanted to share my
More here after I try. My new system is an AMD Phenom X3 720 BE. I tried to convert my old XP PC with VMware Converter V4. So, What happens after we see the mup.sys driver load on a safe mode boot?
Theoretically, that will let me access the physical XP from Vbox on the same machine. Windows Xp Recovery Console virgil_machineApril 13th, 2009, 11:08 PMI can create a vm, but it doesn't boot. Instead of XP freezing at mup.sys windows reboots itself repeatedly just after that driver loads. Can't find the CD (7 years old and I've moved since then).
It comes on the XP CD and on MS's site, and you can find tutorials by googling. Otherwise more likely you bios needs updating. The system rebooted fine this time. The conversion process seems to run smoothly but when I try to start my new VM in Fusion I get the following blue screen just after the "Windows is starting up"
Windows Xp Recovery Console
This will read a lot harder than it actually is. check over here Are they different? Mup.sys Driver The problem is I'm running four monitors and not sure how the Linux / XP combo will handle that. That would get me part way there--now, if I could migrate the resulting virtual machine #2 that would be the whole deal.
I would start at the PSU as it is usually the guilty party in a situation like this and is also easy to change in and out (you are down to Check This Out Current bandwidth usage: 326.30 kbit/s December 13 - 05:16pm EST Forums Product Prices Contents Home Reviews Editorials Columns Home Theater Forums Price Search Community HWA Store Latest Topics Here are some troubleshooting suggestions with the more frequent causes and resolutions colored dark blue: ESCD corruption, Try resetting ESCD and/or changing ACPI setting in the BIOS. I tried the conversion several times with several different settings.
It's going to blow away your existing technique computer software, replacing it Blue Screen Mup.sys Vmware with a fresh Windows technique. The repair routine was not the way to go for me though. Thanks to all for the valuable feedback! http://justforwebmasters.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-vmware.html Just count them up and tell me what you think...
http://www.aitechsolutions.net/mupdotsysXPhang.html It's a rather different scenario, so not everything applies, but it might have useful information. Meanwhile, I got VMWare-vdiskmanager to work. Re: XP SP3 Blue screen during boot PetterW Nov 9, 2011 12:03 AM (in response to Shoome) Here's another resurrection of this old thread I had the same blue screen issue,
A reboot might be demanded.
I still don't know how exactly, except maybe a soft reset in VirtualBox is not such a "clean" restart compared to completely quit VirtualBox and restart from scratch. First, unplug the PC from the wall and then push the power switch for a second to discharge any "leftover" electricity and then open up the case. Note: If you've made several customizations to your BIOS settings and don't wish to load the default ones then at least test returning clock speed, voltage settings, and BIOS memory possibilities Newsletter A weekly newsletter featuring an editorial and a roundup of the latest articles, news and other interesting topics.
That's a long way of saying that anything that gets me to entering product codes is a problem. If there are any unrecoverable problems here, that will cause the system to hang and it will look the same. - The system hangs during a safe mode boot after loading The system finished booting up right then. http://justforwebmasters.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-vmware-xp.html If a driver you’ve installed is causing Windows to blue screen, it shouldn’t do so in safe mode.
After removing the battery, you move the jumper from pins 1&2 to pins 2&3 and let it set for a few seconds, then reset the jumper back to pins 1&2 and Now I'll see how Vbox likes that.