HELP with EBIOS read error: ERROR 0x0c Block 970 Sector 64

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HELP with EBIOS read error: ERROR 0x0c Block 970 Sector 64

Postby xflash08 » 12. Aug 2008, 07:44

Greetings everyone! it's a pleasure to be using this amazing software! ;) BUT! I have one problem, I created a Virtual Machine with "Other/Unknown" settings for the Guest OS, and assigned 1512Mb of RAM, a Dynamic HDD and 64Mb of Video, I enabled USB, Sound, and Network (with default values). So, when I start the machine it gives me this error:
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EBIOS read error: ERROR 0x0c
Block 970 Sector 64

So, what does this means?! How do I fix it??
Thanks everyone!
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Postby Technologov » 12. Aug 2008, 13:15

This usually happens with Darwin UNIX guest.
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Postby momeks » 23. Jul 2010, 21:19

Technologov wrote:This usually happens with Darwin UNIX guest.



i have the same problem while iam using virtualbox to install mac os x but how can i fix this issue ? where is the darwin unix ?
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Re: HELP with EBIOS read error: ERROR 0x0c Block 970 Sector 64

Postby crnloneill » 11. Oct 2010, 20:16

Hi

I managed to clear this by enabling the 'passthrough' option on the CDROM Drive

Hope this helps
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Re: HELP with EBIOS read error: ERROR 0x0c Block 970 Sector 64

Postby veiko86 » 23. Aug 2011, 23:45

thank you
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Re: HELP with EBIOS read error: ERROR 0x0c Block 970 Sector

Postby Zroxer » 24. Feb 2012, 13:23

This also happens when you dont unmount the cd/dvd and it points to another disc.

When starting the OS in the menu click devices->CD/DVD->unmount and then restart the OS.
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