[Fixed] VM Crashed

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[Fixed] VM Crashed

Postby VirtualBox_2019 » 2. Sep 2019, 23:19

I created my image in the release of 6.0.4. It is now 6.0.10. Everything works fine for the exception of one thing after upgrading to the latest Guest Addition. When I navigate in Windows Explorer to a certain path on a shared/mapped drive, it would crash the VM. It is consistent every time I navigate to the same folder path. Is there a work around for this?
Last edited by socratis on 3. Sep 2019, 14:10, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Marked as [Fixed].
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Re: VM Crashed

Postby socratis » 3. Sep 2019, 00:10

See ticket #18766: 6.0.10 r132072 crashes Windows VM when Shared Folders are used.

It's fixed with 6.0.11 r132480 or later. Take a look at the Known Issues in the "Discuss the 6.0.10 release" post.
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Re: VM Crashed

Postby VirtualBox_2019 » 3. Sep 2019, 06:37

Thank You for that. I installed Guest Addition 6.0.11 from the ISO and that fixed it, at least it seems like it. It was crashing on folders where there are EXE. The EXE is a JAVA update.

Strange huh?
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Re: VM Crashed

Postby socratis » 3. Sep 2019, 14:09

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