[Solved] Guru Meditation on VirtualBox 5.2.6

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[Solved] Guru Meditation on VirtualBox 5.2.6

Postby tomino2018 » 26. Feb 2018, 11:04

Hello forum

I have the problem, that I get a guru meditation error after I updated VirtualBox. I tried to uninstall and run the former version, but without help.
I tried it on another PC - without help.
I set everything up on a windows 7 32bit Client.
I even tried it on a 64bit Windows 10, as i thought it might be a memory limitation, but even that didn't help.

I added the latest log on the 64bit windows 10 client.

I hope someone could give me a hint whats wrong.

I havent installed anything, as the VM ist just for email archivation.

Thnx for helping
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Re: Guru Meditation on VirtualBox 5.2.6

Postby andyp73 » 26. Feb 2018, 11:12

Your log file shows...

VBox.log wrote:
00:00:02.741790 HM: HMR3Init: Falling back to raw-mode: VT-x is disabled in the BIOS for all CPU modes
00:00:35.845514 !! VCPU0: Guru Meditation -2301 (VERR_REM_VIRTUAL_CPU_ERROR)


Your Intel Xeon X5482 3.20GHz supports VT-x so start by checking it is enabled in the BIOS and that on your Windows 10 host make sure Hyper-V isn't grabbing hold of it and not letting go.

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Re: Guru Meditation on VirtualBox 5.2.6

Postby tomino2018 » 26. Feb 2018, 17:04

Hi Andy

thnx for the quick help.
I activated VT-x in Bios of the PC. At least I hope so.

But I still get the same error, do I have to change something in virtualbox ode Windows?

Thank you
Tom
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Re: Guru Meditation on VirtualBox 5.2.6

Postby tomino2018 » 26. Feb 2018, 17:42

Hi Andy

sorry it was my fault. I activated the VT in Bios, but didn't save it.

I saved it and now I can run the VM again.

Thnx.

Tom
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Re: Guru Meditation on VirtualBox 5.2.6

Postby socratis » 26. Feb 2018, 18:07

Glad you got it going. Marking as [Solved].
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