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Any thoughts? According to article I have disabled "agp440" when booting. 2. I purchased a new computer and wanted to re-purpose my old box, yet still wanted access to my old files and programs. I successfully converted by physical machine, but all I had was a VMWare image that I didn't care about.

check the rollback and snapshots options from the Virtual Machine menu. This is the known issue #638 which has existed since version 2. I recently added tools and upgraded to 2.0 because I wasn't getting the optimal 3D from the virtual machine and I need it all to use my design program effectively. I used the VMWare tool, converted it to a VMWare Server 2.x image, and it booted right up. https://kb.vmware.com/kb/1013846/

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This time your going to press R for repair the first time you can Boot with your XP CD in the cd drive. I'd like to gather a little more information about your situation. I'm still working on it. spencebot Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 7.

Interestingly, I also had a second NTFS hard drive in the machine that I did not want to be part of the image. I haven't tried the utility to get the code (can't remember the name--it's something silly)...I'll see if that works (just thought of that, I've been focused on other things). That would get me part way there--now, if I could migrate the resulting virtual machine #2 that would be the whole deal. Virtualbox If it does not for you, try selecting "Install Guest Addons" from the virtual machine menu first.

virgil_machineApril 8th, 2009, 03:13 AMHere's an update for anyone who is interested. I believe the option for splitting the target image is in there somewhere (though I don't currently have access to look at it.) virgil_machineMay 19th, 2009, 12:49 AMI created a single May 2007, 20:03 Primary OS: Ubuntu other VBox Version: PUEL Guest OSses: Ubuntu, Windows XP Top Reply with quote by abcuser » 2. https://kb.vmware.com/kb/1006295 Live webcamnow playing Ubuntu Forums > The Ubuntu Forum Community > Ubuntu Specialised Support > Virtualisation > [SOLVED] Convert physical XP to virtual for Virtualbox PDA View Full Version : [SOLVED]

Network Configuration The networking doesn't work after booting into Windows at this point. After disabling Mup.sys, Windows hangs at the driver before it. Re: XP crashed after upgrading Fusion!! I think it will compulsory to download registry easy for every one.0 | Reply - Share Hide Replies ∧GuestShown7 years 1 month agoI am agree with this comment and I had

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Shutdown 4. https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?p=58157 Again setting IO APIC didn't fix the issue. Repair Virtual Machine Vmware disable agp440 driver using Windows XP Recovery Console 2. Repair Windows 7 Vmware I have a bunch of 2GB segments, and vbox won't do anything with that's why I'm going back through vmware.

Now the problems, none of while were too serious. Re: XP crashed after upgrading Fusion!! I selected the option to have it create a single image file (37GB in my case). I have also try to clone vmdk file using command: vboxmanage clonehd "Windows XP Professional.vmdk" vm.vdi -format vdi and booted vdi file - the same error Windows freezes at agp440.sys file. Vmware Converter Standalone

virgil_machineMay 31st, 2009, 11:36 PMWith guidance on the Virtualbox forum, I found a simple answer: 1. By Sateesh Potturu on Nov 2, 2009 Hi, The ACPI IO option did the trick for me, i am now able to run my old Windows 2000 and windows XP images While I research that, I thought I'd see if anyone has had any luck with "VBoxManage internalcommands createrawvmdk -filename /path/to/file.vmdk -rawdisk /dev/sda" as described in the Vbox user manual section 9.10. Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions Go to original post Actions Remove from profile Feature on your profile More Like This Retrieving data ...

Force the Device Manager to detect new hardware. I was able to start the VM, but it hangs on booting...which is a common problem. It worked perfectly, and booted on my first try.

Here goes a recount of them: The Agp440.sys Hang Since VirtualBox supports the VMDK file format, it's fairly simple to get started: just create a new VirtualBox vm, make it as

See the first post in this thread: "I've tried to create a .vmdk from xp using VMWare converter. Much of it has to do with hardware, and it sounds like you've been trying a lot of that. If it has and you are using libvirtd to control your guests, open the guest XML file and ensure that the element contains acpi and apic subelements:

I would make sure you have another backup of all your files incase anything else happens then try it again.

BkkBonanzaMarch 26th, 2009, 11:03 AMThey have an extensive sticky post on this topic in the virtualbox.org forums. Following the tips, I switch to the PIIX4 setting for the IDE controller, experiment various combinations of APIC and IO ACPI, and am able to get past Mup.sys with both enabled. Spencebot Aug 5, 2009 1:29 PM (in response to EricMoore) Here are the support files and error codes: Thanks errormessage.tiff 86.2 K vm-08-05-09.547.tgz 366.1 K Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions The process failed (Can't reconfigure a soure that does not have system volume)." In the VMWare forum someone pointed out that the problem was dual boot(see post#4).

Retina Theme by WPAisle ⋅ WordPress The Path to Zen Jing Xue's Weblog Home Vmware to Virtualbox Migration Issues May 20, 2008 - 19:43 | misc | Tags: virtualbox, vmware, windows Now it hangs on Mup.sys during boot. djpandemoniumMay 19th, 2009, 02:49 AMI'm sure you have, but did you found this site in your googling? Exit Regedit and run reg unload HKLM\Computer_System 9.

So "ntfs" driver is disabled but it still froze at this driver.