[Resolved] My VirtualBox Machine Crash

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[Resolved] My VirtualBox Machine Crash

Postby MaxenceO » 21. Jun 2019, 13:22

Hello,

I explain to you my problem:

I need to create a virtual machine on Ubuntu / Debian / Fedora whatever.
I am on windows 10.
I create my machine, 4GB of ram, 90GB hard drive VDI / VDMK (I tried both), with the OS in x64 download directly through the manufacturer's website.
So I try with the three distribution.

The machine launches, I choose my distribution, the first page for the installation appears then big freeze on the virtual machine.
Nothing can be done, nothing works so need to close the machine.

I already uninstall and reinstall properly.

Sorry, for my bad english !
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Last edited by socratis on 21. Jun 2019, 15:50, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Marked as [Resolved].
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Re: My VirtualBox Machine Crash

Postby socratis » 21. Jun 2019, 13:40

It seems that you have Hyper-V enabled. You can tell if this is true from the status bar where the "slow" icon (Image) shows. Look in the "Control Panel" » "Programs and Features" » "Turn Windows features on or off", and make sure that the none of the following are active:
  • Application Guard
  • Credential Guard
  • Device Guard
  • <any> * Guard
  • Containers
  • Hyper-V
  • Virtual Machine Platform
  • Windows Hypervisor Platform
  • Windows Sandbox
  • Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)
If VirtualBox is running without Hyper-V enabled, where proper, hardware virtualization is actually available, then the standard virtualization icon (Image) would show. Disable Hyper-V in your host and see what happens...

If that doesn't work, enter the following command:

    bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off
followed by a cold boot, i.e. shut down the computer, pull the power plug for 10", reboot.
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Re: My VirtualBox Machine Crash

Postby MaxenceO » 21. Jun 2019, 13:52

Thank you, it was an accounting problem with "Device / Credential Guard"

I disabled HyperV + Virtualization Based Security
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Re: My VirtualBox Machine Crash

Postby socratis » 21. Jun 2019, 15:49

Thanks for reporting back. Marking as [Resolved].
Do NOT send me Personal Messages (PMs) for troubleshooting, they are simply deleted.
Do NOT reply with the "QUOTE" button, please use the "POST REPLY", at the bottom of the form.
If you obfuscate any information requested, I will obfuscate my response. These are virtual UUIDs, not real ones.
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Posts: 26935
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


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