Win 10 guest aborting on shutdown under VirtualBox 6.0.8

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Win 10 guest aborting on shutdown under VirtualBox 6.0.8

Postby cah329a » 7. Jun 2019, 20:07

My usually stable Windows 10 (1607 build 14393.2189) hosted under Mojave 10.14.4 has been weirdly refusing to shut down without aborting. I believe this might be related to 6.0.8 causing the guest to not recognize a device connected to my MacBook Pro (see attached screenshot). The card reader referred to in the error message is built in to a USB port extender. Yes, I resolved the issue by removing the offending device, restarting the VM and then shutting it down - it did just fine without the device. But this is probably something that should be addressed properly in a future release.

Log also attached.

Cindy Harris
Pittsburgh, PA
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Re: Win 10 guest aborting on shutdown under VirtualBox 6.0.8

Postby socratis » 7. Jun 2019, 20:56

cah329a wrote:My usually stable Windows 10 (1607 build 14393.2189)
00:00:01.622098 Guest OS type: 'Windows10'
...
00:00:01.635224 File system of '/Users/cah/VirtualBox VMs/Windows 10/WinXP-2 Backup-disk1.vmdk' is apfs
Can you explain the "WinXP-2 Backup-disk1.vmdk" part? Both the XP and the VMDK parts...

Failed to attach the USB device Generic USB3.0 Card Reader [1538]...
00:00:01.676320 [/Devices/usb-ehci/] (level 2)
You have a USB3 device on a guess that has a USB2 controller. Since Win10 has native support for USB3, I suggest that you switch the USB controller to the 3.0 version (xHCI).

00:00:02.029129 ERROR [COM]: aRC=NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005)
aIID={872da645-4a9b-1727-bee2-5585105b9eed} aComponent={ConsoleWrap} aText={Failed
to create a proxy device for the USB device. (Error: VERR_PDM_NO_USB_PORTS)},
preserve=false aResultDetail=-2861
That's interesting... According to my troubleshooting guide you're getting this because:
VERR_PDM_NO_USB_PORTS
    You are trying to use a USB3 device with a guest that does not support USB3 (see the "Guest support" section), or you haven't enabled the USB3 option in the VM settings.
... which I believe will be solved once you change the USB controller to xHCI.

Can you post the output of the command:

    VBoxManage showvminfo "Windows 10"
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Re: Win 10 guest aborting on shutdown under VirtualBox 6.0.8

Postby cah329a » 8. Jun 2019, 02:11

socratis wrote:00:00:01.622098 Guest OS type: 'Windows10'
...
00:00:01.635224 File system of '/Users/cah/VirtualBox VMs/Windows 10/WinXP-2 Backup-disk1.vmdk' is apfs
Can you explain the "WinXP-2 Backup-disk1.vmdk" part? Both the XP and the VMDK parts...

That's easy. It's just a name that I never got around to updating as I migrated from WinXP to Win7 to Win10. Nothing more to it than that.

socratis wrote:VERR_PDM_NO_USB_PORTS
You are trying to use a USB3 device with a guest that does not support USB3 (see the "Guest support" section), or you haven't enabled the USB3 option in the VM settings.
... which I believe will be solved once you change the USB controller to xHCI.

Yep, that was it. Hadn't thought about the fact that I recently migrated my physical hardware also. The old system had USB 2.0, this one has 3.0. Once I fixed the USB setting the message went away. And so did the shutdown problem.

socratis wrote:Can you post the output of the command:
VBoxManage showvminfo "Windows 10"

I can, but now that I've changed the USB setting not sure it will be very interesting. Here it is:
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Name:                        Windows 10
Groups:                      /
Guest OS:                    Windows 10 (32-bit)
UUID:                        73c329c5-b3b7-485c-949e-3430d9fbfc5a
Config file:                 /Users/cah/VirtualBox VMs/Windows 10/Windows 10.vbox
Snapshot folder:             /Users/cah/VirtualBox VMs/Windows 10/{2281d1b3-9275-4c5d-ba0d-aeda697e704a}
Log folder:                  /Users/cah/VirtualBox VMs/Windows 10/Logs
Hardware UUID:               73c329c5-b3b7-485c-949e-3430d9fbfc5a
Memory size                  6834MB
Page Fusion:                 disabled
VRAM size:                   80MB
CPU exec cap:                100%
HPET:                        disabled
CPUProfile:                  host
Chipset:                     piix3
Firmware:                    BIOS
Number of CPUs:              1
PAE:                         enabled
Long Mode:                   disabled
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:               Floppy
Boot Device 2:               DVD
Boot Device 3:               HardDisk
Boot Device 4:               Network
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:                   disabled
VT-x unr. exec.:             enabled
Paravirt. Provider:          Legacy
Effective Paravirt. Prov.:   None
State:                       running (since 2019-06-08T00:05:26.007000000)
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):            IDE Controller
Storage Controller Type (0):            PIIX4
Storage Controller Instance Number (0): 0
Storage Controller Max Port Count (0):  2
Storage Controller Port Count (0):      2
Storage Controller Bootable (0):        on
Storage Controller Name (1):            Floppy Controller
Storage Controller Type (1):            I82078
Storage Controller Instance Number (1): 0
Storage Controller Max Port Count (1):  1
Storage Controller Port Count (1):      1
Storage Controller Bootable (1):        on
IDE Controller (0, 0): /Users/cah/VirtualBox VMs/Windows 10/WinXP-2 Backup-disk1.vmdk (UUID: 80a825f7-a8e5-462f-a1e1-182b97b457db)
IDE Controller (1, 0): /Applications/VirtualBox.app/Contents/MacOS/VBoxGuestAdditions.iso (UUID: 842214ee-251f-4257-b918-98725055419d)
Floppy Controller (0, 0): Empty
NIC 1:                       MAC: 080027B2F3E7, 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:             PS/2 Mouse
Keyboard Device:             PS/2 Keyboard
UART 1:                      disabled
UART 2:                      disabled
UART 3:                      disabled
UART 4:                      disabled
LPT 1:                       disabled
LPT 2:                       disabled
Audio:                       disabled
Audio playback:              enabled
Audio capture:               enabled
Clipboard Mode:              Bidirectional
Drag and drop Mode:          Bidirectional
Session name:                GUI/Qt
Video mode:                  1264x824x32 at 0,0 enabled
VRDE:                        disabled
OHCI USB:                    disabled
EHCI USB:                    disabled
xHCI USB:                    enabled

USB Device Filters:

Index:                       0
Active:                      yes
Name:                        New Filter 1
VendorId:                   
ProductId:                   
Revision:                   
Manufacturer:               
Product:                     
Remote:                     
Serial Number:               

Available remote USB devices:

<none>

Currently Attached USB Devices:

UUID:                        61d5d148-ae36-4748-b6be-06c9bf60491d
VendorId:                    0x05e3 (05E3)
ProductId:                   0x0749 (0749)
Revision:                    21.56 (2156)

Manufacturer:                Generic
Product:                     USB3.0 Card Reader
SerialNumber:                000000001538
Address:                     p=0x0749;v=0x05e3;s=0x0000017088673fb5;l=0x00140000

Bandwidth groups:  <none>

Shared folders:

Name: 'Win7_Shared', Host path: '/Users/cah/Documents/Win7 Shared' (machine mapping), writable, auto-mount

VRDE Connection:             not active
Clients so far:              0

Capturing:                   active
Capture audio:               not active
Capture screens:             0
Capture file:                /Users/cah/VirtualBox VMs/Windows 10/Windows 10.webm
Capture dimensions:          1024x768
Capture rate:                512kbps
Capture FPS:                 25kbps
Capture options:             ac_enabled=false,vc_enabled=true,ac_profile=med

Guest:

Configured memory balloon size: 0MB
OS type:                     Windows10
Additions run level:         3
Additions version            6.0.8 r130520

Guest Facilities:

Facility "VirtualBox Base Driver": active/running (last update: 2019/06/08 00:05:31 UTC)
Facility "VirtualBox System Service": active/running (last update: 2019/06/08 00:05:40 UTC)
Facility "VirtualBox Desktop Integration": active/running (last update: 2019/06/08 00:06:11 UTC)
Facility "Seamless Mode": active/running (last update: 2019/06/08 00:05:31 UTC)
Facility "Graphics Mode": active/running (last update: 2019/06/08 00:05:31 UTC)

Thanks for the help.

Cindy Harris
Pittsburgh, PA
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Re: Win 10 guest aborting on shutdown under VirtualBox 6.0.8

Postby socratis » 8. Jun 2019, 06:42

Glad you got it going, marking as [Solved].

However...
cah329a wrote:now that I've changed the USB setting not sure it will be very interesting
Oh, you wouldn't believe! :o

Your VM has some serious issues (CPUs, RAM, USB, LargePages), but in order to have the complete picture, I need to see a complete VBox.log, from a complete VM run:
  • Start the VM from cold-boot (not from a paused or saved state) / login / Shutdown the VM.
  • 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.
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