Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Discussions related to using VirtualBox on Linux hosts.

Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby pepitogrillo » 17. Apr 2019, 16:57

Code: Select all   Expand viewCollapse view
Arch Linux
GNOME Shell 3.32.0 on Wayland
VirtualBox 6.0.6 r129722

With the last VirtualBox version I can't start my Windows 7 guest machine (see screenshot attached), it shows this error: "The BIOS in this system is not fully ACPI compliant..."

LKAYd8M.png
screenshot
LKAYd8M.png (6.7 KiB) Viewed 1548 times


Code: Select all   Expand viewCollapse view
$ VBoxManage list hostinfo       
Host Information:

Host time: 2019-04-18T13:04:49.560000000Z
Processor online count: 8
Processor count: 8
Processor online core count: 4
Processor core count: 4
Processor supports HW virtualization: yes
Processor supports PAE: yes
Processor supports long mode: yes
Processor supports nested paging: yes
Processor#0 speed: 4200 MHz
Processor#0 description: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700 CPU @ 3.60GHz
Processor#1 speed: 4200 MHz
Processor#1 description: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700 CPU @ 3.60GHz
Processor#2 speed: 4200 MHz
Processor#2 description: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700 CPU @ 3.60GHz
Processor#3 speed: 4200 MHz
Processor#3 description: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700 CPU @ 3.60GHz
Processor#4 speed: 4200 MHz
Processor#4 description: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700 CPU @ 3.60GHz
Processor#5 speed: 4200 MHz
Processor#5 description: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700 CPU @ 3.60GHz
Processor#6 speed: 4200 MHz
Processor#6 description: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700 CPU @ 3.60GHz
Processor#7 speed: 4200 MHz
Processor#7 description: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700 CPU @ 3.60GHz
Memory size: 15920 MByte
Memory available: 14101 MByte
Operating system: Linux
Operating system version: 5.0.8-1-ck-skylake


Code: Select all   Expand viewCollapse view
$ VBoxManage list systemproperties       
API version:                     6_0
Minimum guest RAM size:          4 Megabytes
Maximum guest RAM size:          2097152 Megabytes
Minimum video RAM size:          0 Megabytes
Maximum video RAM size:          256 Megabytes
Maximum guest monitor count:     64
Minimum guest CPU count:         1
Maximum guest CPU count:         32
Virtual disk limit (info):       2199022206976 Bytes
Maximum Serial Port count:       4
Maximum Parallel Port count:     2
Maximum Boot Position:           4
Maximum PIIX3 Network Adapter count:   8
Maximum ICH9 Network Adapter count:   36
Maximum PIIX3 IDE Controllers:   1
Maximum ICH9 IDE Controllers:    1
Maximum IDE Port count:          2
Maximum Devices per IDE Port:    2
Maximum PIIX3 SATA Controllers:  1
Maximum ICH9 SATA Controllers:   8
Maximum SATA Port count:         30
Maximum Devices per SATA Port:   1
Maximum PIIX3 SCSI Controllers:  1
Maximum ICH9 SCSI Controllers:   8
Maximum SCSI Port count:         16
Maximum Devices per SCSI Port:   1
Maximum SAS PIIX3 Controllers:   1
Maximum SAS ICH9 Controllers:    8
Maximum SAS Port count:          255
Maximum Devices per SAS Port:    1
Maximum NVMe PIIX3 Controllers:  1
Maximum NVMe ICH9 Controllers:   8
Maximum NVMe Port count:         255
Maximum Devices per NVMe Port:   1
Maximum PIIX3 Floppy Controllers:1
Maximum ICH9 Floppy Controllers: 1
Maximum Floppy Port count:       1
Maximum Devices per Floppy Port: 2
Default machine folder:          /home/juan/.virtualbox
Raw-mode Supported:              yes
Exclusive HW virtualization use: on
Default hard disk format:        VDI
VRDE auth library:               VBoxAuth
Webservice auth. library:        VBoxAuth
Remote desktop ExtPack:          Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack
Log history count:               3
Default frontend:               
Default audio driver:            Pulse
Autostart database path:         
Default Guest Additions ISO:     /usr/lib/virtualbox/additions/VBoxGuestAdditions.iso
Logging Level:                   all
Proxy Mode:                      System
Proxy URL:                       


Code: Select all   Expand viewCollapse view
$ VBoxManage list extpacks
Extension Packs: 1
Pack no. 0:   Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack
Version:      6.0.6
Revision:     130049
Edition:     
Description:  USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 Host Controller, Host Webcam, VirtualBox RDP, PXE ROM, Disk Encryption, NVMe.
VRDE Module:  VBoxVRDP
Usable:       true
Why unusable:


Code: Select all   Expand viewCollapse view
$ VBoxManage showvminfo "Windows 7"
Name:                        Windows 7
Groups:                      /
Guest OS:                    Windows 7 (64-bit)
UUID:                        ec0de16c-0e26-4a10-8cfd-7bafb3397300
Config file:                 /home/juan/.virtualbox/Windows 7/Windows 7.vbox
Snapshot folder:             /home/juan/.virtualbox/Windows 7/Snapshots
Log folder:                  /home/juan/.virtualbox/Windows 7/Logs
Hardware UUID:               ec0de16c-0e26-4a10-8cfd-7bafb3397300
Memory size                  4885MB
Page Fusion:                 disabled
VRAM size:                   169MB
CPU exec cap:                100%
HPET:                        disabled
CPUProfile:                  host
Chipset:                     piix3
Firmware:                    BIOS
Number of CPUs:              3
PAE:                         enabled
Long Mode:                   enabled
Triple Fault Reset:          disabled
APIC:                        enabled
X2APIC:                      disabled
Nested VT-x/AMD-V:           disabled
CPUID Portability Level:     0
CPUID overrides:             None
Boot menu mode:              message and menu
Boot Device 1:               HardDisk
Boot Device 2:               Not Assigned
Boot Device 3:               Not Assigned
Boot Device 4:               Not Assigned
ACPI:                        enabled
IOAPIC:                      enabled
BIOS APIC mode:              APIC
Time offset:                 0ms
RTC:                         local time
Hardw. virt.ext:             enabled
Nested Paging:               enabled
Large Pages:                 disabled
VT-x VPID:                   enabled
VT-x unr. exec.:             enabled
Paravirt. Provider:          Default
Effective Paravirt. Prov.:   HyperV
State:                       powered off (since 2019-04-17T14:59:37.000000000)
Monitor count:               1
3D Acceleration:             disabled
2D Video Acceleration:       enabled
Teleporter Enabled:          disabled
Teleporter Port:             0
Teleporter Address:         
Teleporter Password:         
Tracing Enabled:             disabled
Allow Tracing to Access VM:  disabled
Tracing Configuration:       
Autostart Enabled:           disabled
Autostart Delay:             0
Default Frontend:           
Storage Controller Name (0):            SATA
Storage Controller Type (0):            IntelAhci
Storage Controller Instance Number (0): 0
Storage Controller Max Port Count (0):  30
Storage Controller Port Count (0):      2
Storage Controller Bootable (0):        on
SATA (0, 0): /home/juan/.virtualbox/Windows 7/Windows 7.vdi (UUID: 88874b2c-993d-4d17-8640-9e7d802a72ea)
SATA (1, 0): /usr/lib/virtualbox/additions/VBoxGuestAdditions.iso (UUID: 748ab6a0-e9ab-4ebc-8eac-086ec77f0e66)
NIC 1:                       MAC: 0800275C1AC8, Attachment: NAT, Cable connected: on, Trace: off (file: none), Type: 82540EM, Reported speed: 0 Mbps, Boot priority: 0, Promisc Policy: deny, Bandwidth group: none
NIC 1 Settings:  MTU: 0, Socket (send: 64, receive: 64), TCP Window (send:64, receive: 64)
NIC 2:                       disabled
NIC 3:                       disabled
NIC 4:                       disabled
NIC 5:                       disabled
NIC 6:                       disabled
NIC 7:                       disabled
NIC 8:                       disabled
Pointing Device:             USB Tablet
Keyboard Device:             PS/2 Keyboard
UART 1:                      disabled
UART 2:                      disabled
UART 3:                      disabled
UART 4:                      disabled
LPT 1:                       disabled
LPT 2:                       disabled
Audio:                       enabled (Driver: PulseAudio, Controller: HDA, Codec: STAC9221)
Audio playback:              enabled
Audio capture:               enabled
Clipboard Mode:              Bidirectional
Drag and drop Mode:          disabled
VRDE:                        disabled
OHCI USB:                    enabled
EHCI USB:                    enabled
xHCI USB:                    disabled

USB Device Filters:

<none>

Bandwidth groups:  <none>

Shared folders:

Name: 'Downloads', Host path: '/home/juan/Downloads' (machine mapping), writable, auto-mount
Name: 'Documents', Host path: '/home/juan/Documents' (machine mapping), readonly, auto-mount
Name: 'multimedia', Host path: '/multimedia' (machine mapping), writable, auto-mount

Capturing:                   not active
Capture audio:               not active
Capture screens:             0
Capture file:                /home/juan/.virtualbox/Windows 7/Windows 7.webm
Capture dimensions:          1024x768
Capture rate:                512kbps
Capture FPS:                 25kbps
Capture options:             ac_enabled=false

Guest:

Configured memory balloon size: 0MB


Attachments
Windows 7-2019-04-18-15-13-15.zip
log file
(28.63 KiB) Downloaded 7 times
Last edited by pepitogrillo on 18. Apr 2019, 15:14, edited 4 times in total.
pepitogrillo
 
Posts: 4
Joined: 10. Jul 2015, 00:18

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby kylef » 17. Apr 2019, 18:54

I got the same thing! I had to roll back to 6.0.4. Hopefully we're not the only ones.
kylef
 
Posts: 6
Joined: 17. Apr 2019, 18:53

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby Arthur Borsboom » 17. Apr 2019, 20:47

Got the exactly the same BSOD.

community/virtualbox 6.0.6-1
local/virtualbox-ext-oracle 6.0.6-1
community/virtualbox-guest-iso 6.0.6-1
community/virtualbox-host-modules-arch 6.0.6-1
Arthur Borsboom
 
Posts: 8
Joined: 11. Aug 2014, 22:23

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby socratis » 17. Apr 2019, 21:42

pepitogrillo wrote:(see capture)
Please attach the image locally in your response (see the "Upload attachment" tab below the reply form). Not a lot of people will go to 3rd party sites. Plus, it's more convenient if the image goes along with the message...

kylef wrote:Hopefully we're not the only ones.
Hopefully you are the only ones! @"kylef", is your host Arch as well? Always state Host, Guest, VirtualBox. Please read the following: Minimum information needed for assistance.

We need to see a complete VBox.log, from a complete VM run, where the problem occurs:
  • Start the VM from cold-boot (not from a paused or saved state) / Observe problem / Shutdown the VM (force close it if you have to).
  • With the VM completely shut down (not paused or saved), right-click on the VM in the VirtualBox Manager and select "Show Log".
  • Save only the first "VBox.log", ZIP it and attach it to your response. See the "Upload attachment" tab below the reply form.
Image


Not sure if I should move this to the "Windows Guests" section yet, this might indeed be an Arch issue.
If you obfuscate any information requested, I will obfuscate my response. These are virtual UUIDs, not real ones.
Do NOT reply with the "QUOTE" button, please use the "POST REPLY", at the bottom of the form.
socratis
Site Moderator
 
Posts: 23734
Joined: 22. Oct 2010, 11:03
Location: Greece
Primary OS: Mac OS X other
VBox Version: PUEL
Guest OSses: Win(*>98), Linux*, OSX>10.5

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby skoehler » 17. Apr 2019, 21:47

Windows 7 boots directly into a bluescreen (see attached screenshot). I am not able to boot into a Windows 7 guest, that worked perfectly well with virtualbox 6.0.4. So this seems like a regressions to me.
Does anybody else have any issues with Windows 7? My guest has 2 CPUs assigned. The host has 4 cores and 8 threads.

I cannot even boot into safe mode. The bluescreen appears immediately.
Attachments
VirtualBox_Windows 7_17_04_2019_21_46_00.png
VirtualBox_Windows 7_17_04_2019_21_46_00.png (6.46 KiB) Viewed 1744 times
skoehler
 
Posts: 116
Joined: 1. Dec 2008, 12:12

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby kylef » 17. Apr 2019, 22:01

Here you go with log attached...

Code: Select all   Expand viewCollapse view
Arch Linux
Linux 5.0.7-arch1-1
Gnome 3.32.1-1
Virtualbox 6.0.6 r129722
Guest Windows 7
Attachments
VBox.log.zip
(29.38 KiB) Downloaded 5 times
kylef
 
Posts: 6
Joined: 17. Apr 2019, 18:53

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby socratis » 17. Apr 2019, 22:14

@skoehler
I merged your post with an existing thread. I do need a ZIPPED "VBox.log" from you too.
You should have known the drill by now... ;)
If you obfuscate any information requested, I will obfuscate my response. These are virtual UUIDs, not real ones.
Do NOT reply with the "QUOTE" button, please use the "POST REPLY", at the bottom of the form.
socratis
Site Moderator
 
Posts: 23734
Joined: 22. Oct 2010, 11:03
Location: Greece
Primary OS: Mac OS X other
VBox Version: PUEL
Guest OSses: Win(*>98), Linux*, OSX>10.5

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby skoehler » 17. Apr 2019, 22:25

Find the zip attached.
Attachments
VBox.log.zip
(24.68 KiB) Downloaded 6 times
Last edited by socratis on 18. Apr 2019, 00:32, edited 2 times in total.
Reason: Removed unnecessary verbatim quote of the whole previous message.
skoehler
 
Posts: 116
Joined: 1. Dec 2008, 12:12

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby skoehler » 17. Apr 2019, 23:51

Is there a workaround to make the VM boot? Are only Linux hosts affected?
skoehler
 
Posts: 116
Joined: 1. Dec 2008, 12:12

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby kylef » 17. Apr 2019, 23:58

skoehler wrote:Is there a workaround to make the VM boot? Are only Linux hosts affected?

I rolled back to 6.0.4 as was able to boot my VM's again.
kylef
 
Posts: 6
Joined: 17. Apr 2019, 18:53

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby smart2128 » 18. Apr 2019, 00:16

Arch Linux
Plasma 5.15.4 on Xorg
VirtualBox 6.0.6-1
Guest: Windows 7

I experienced the same issue upgrading to 6.0.6.
Had to downgrade to 6.0.4.
smart2128
 
Posts: 4
Joined: 9. Apr 2009, 09:55
Primary OS: Linux other
VBox Version: OSE other
Guest OSses: openbsd, freebsd

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby skoehler » 18. Apr 2019, 00:18

I'm also using Arch. Could the problem be related to the Arch Linux build?
skoehler
 
Posts: 116
Joined: 1. Dec 2008, 12:12

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby socratis » 18. Apr 2019, 00:24

skoehler wrote:Could the problem be related to the Arch Linux build?
Absolutely!!! To begin with, it's not the official r130049, but an older one, r129722.

I suggest you all try the official one from https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Linux_Downloads, the "All Distributions" one: https://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/6.0.6/VirtualBox-6.0.6-130049-Linux_amd64.run. See if that works...
If you obfuscate any information requested, I will obfuscate my response. These are virtual UUIDs, not real ones.
Do NOT reply with the "QUOTE" button, please use the "POST REPLY", at the bottom of the form.
socratis
Site Moderator
 
Posts: 23734
Joined: 22. Oct 2010, 11:03
Location: Greece
Primary OS: Mac OS X other
VBox Version: PUEL
Guest OSses: Win(*>98), Linux*, OSX>10.5

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby socratis » 18. Apr 2019, 00:28

Let's see...
pepitogrillo    : Arch
Arthur Borsboom : Arch
kylef : Arch
skoehler : Arch
smart2128 : Arch

I start to see a common pattern here, so common that I'm going to change the thread's title!
If you obfuscate any information requested, I will obfuscate my response. These are virtual UUIDs, not real ones.
Do NOT reply with the "QUOTE" button, please use the "POST REPLY", at the bottom of the form.
socratis
Site Moderator
 
Posts: 23734
Joined: 22. Oct 2010, 11:03
Location: Greece
Primary OS: Mac OS X other
VBox Version: PUEL
Guest OSses: Win(*>98), Linux*, OSX>10.5

Re: Arch host, Win7 guest BSODs: BIOS not fully acpi compliant

Postby skoehler » 18. Apr 2019, 00:30

The build seems to be based on the official source tarball, but certain patches are applied on top of it:
https://git.archlinux.org/svntogit/comm ... virtualbox
skoehler
 
Posts: 116
Joined: 1. Dec 2008, 12:12

Next

Return to VirtualBox on Linux Hosts

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 7 guests