James Harper wrote:
> Can you go into device manager, right click on 'Intel(R) 82371SB PCI Bus
> Master IDE Controller' and select Properties, select the 'Details' tab,
> and tell me the contents of the 'Hardware Ids' property, and the
> 'Compatible Ids' property. I need to see why it isn't being disabled...
My VM now has died, just sitting at Windows 2003 Loading screen and never
I've restored the original (Pre PV) and done the following:
1. Installed .dot net framework 2.0
2. An unknown PCI device which i couldn't find any drivers for with the
not sure if this is causing the PV drivers any probs
3. install 0.8.4, but got an error when install ShutdownMon, i assume this
is only for xm shutdown to function, and not PV driver related:
Windows 2003 (i386) Detected... Installing...
Unhandled Exception: System.Security.SecurityException: That assembly does
not allow partially trusted callers.
asm, PermissionSet granted, PermissionSet refused, Ru
ntimeMethodHandle rmh, SecurityAction action, Object demand, IPermission
at ShutdownMon.Program.Main(String args)
The action that failed was:
The assembly or AppDomain that failed was:
ShutdownMon, Version=184.108.40.206, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null
The Zone of the assembly that failed was:
The Url of the assembly that failed was:
4. I rebooted
all fine, no mention of new drivers activated.
5. I made the changes to c:\boot.ini & rebooted
This sat at the gray screen & didn't reboot, I had to run an xm destroy &
create to get it up
6. I booted with /gplpv boot option
7. And now i'm just getting the Windows 2003 Server startup screen booting
8. Tried again with same result
9. Tried again with safe mode
Windows activated Xen Net Block device
And asked for System Reboot
Still seeing duplicate disk drives & cdrom drives..
10. Booted up without /gplpv
chkdsk asked to check e:, i cancelled
11. Booted, but when i login, it goes back to the Crtl-alt-del screen
suspect file system corruption
12. Will re-run from the top to confirm its not a once off..
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