Description of problem:
Running a previously installed (and running) VM with Vista in it causes Vista to bluescreen very early in the boot process with "STOP: 0x0000005c". Booting the install CD does the same thing.
A downgrade to 2.3.8-0.6.git04387139e3b.fc11 fixes this.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install 2.3.8-0.9.git04387139e3b.fc11
2. Boot installed Vista (or boot Vista install CD)
Bluescreen early in boot
Same problem for me with Windows Server 2008. After downgrade it works for me too.
Windows Server 2003 works without problem.
Any chance to fix this?
*** Bug 555951 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Any chance to get older BIOS back in Fedora stable?
Same issue here with Vista in QEMU-KVM. I 'solved' it for myself by:
yum downgrade bochs-bios-2.3.8-0.6.git04387139e3b.fc11
and added to /etc/yum/yum.conf:
Please, just restore the older bios.
Just upgraded a Fedora 11 host today. After rebooting the host, a Win2008 guest didn't boot (BSOD with "STOP: 0x0000005c"), while a Win2003 guest and a lot of Linux guests booted without any issues.
Downgrading to bochs-bios.noarch 2.3.8-0.6.git04387139e3b.fc11 made the Win2008 guest boot as well.
Thanks to Kenni Lund for posting this, I had the same problem with Windows Server 2008, `yum downgrade bochs-bios` solved it.
And thanks to the admins for letting Google index Bugzilla. I thought this was a Windows problem.
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What's the status of this? I'm still having to --exlucde=boch-bios
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