[Solved] VB don't start

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[Solved] VB don't start

Postby kst » 20. Aug 2019, 23:06

Hello,

Since a couple of days ago I've been unable to start VB at all, simply nothing happens when i attempt to launch the program.

I've tried reinstalling but with no luck.

Also reinstall Nvidia drivers, any version of VB - no result.
Error In supR3HardNtChildWaitFor Timed out after 60001 ms waiting for child request #1 (CloseEvents). (rc=258) where: supR3HardNtChildWaitFor what: 5 Unknown Status 258 (0x102) (258) - Unknown Status 258 (0x102)
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Re: VB don't start

Postby socratis » 21. Aug 2019, 09:44

  1. Uninstall VirtualBox. Your VMs are going to be untouched. Reboot.

  2. You may want to clean up your registry and/or filesystem at this point. CCleaner is a freeware utility that could help you. Mind the installation, it comes with "offers" from 3rd parties, known as "bundleware". Also, check out Device Cleanup program that helps you to remove any unused devices from your computer, mainly multiple "Host-Only Adapter #n".

  3. Download (if you haven't already) the latest VirtualBox and its matching ExtPack. Store them in a common location, i.e. not on "Desktop", or "Documents", but to "Public/Downloads" for example.

  4. Uninstall (don't simply disable) all 3rd party antivirus. If you're afraid about your computer being vulnerable, pull the Ethernet plug, disconnect your WiFi, don't go browsing around.

  5. Locate the downloaded file in Windows Explorer. Right-click on the installer and select "Run-as-Administrator", even if you are the administrator. At the end of the installation, choose to "Start Oracle VM VirtualBox". Do not worry if your VMs do not show up.

    • If you're going to install the ExtPack, go to File » Preferences » Extensions. Click on the icon with the orange, down-pointing arrow on the right. Select the ExtPack from the previous steps.
  6. Quit VirtualBox. Re-start VirtualBox as you would normally, i.e. from the Desktop shortcut or the Start menu.
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Re: VB don't start

Postby kst » 21. Aug 2019, 19:09

these actions have been done. I carefully read the forum before asking a question.
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Re: VB don't start

Postby socratis » 22. Aug 2019, 09:07

"VBoxSVC.log" wrote:00:01:25.615897 Watcher ERROR [COM]: aRC=E_FAIL (0x80004005)
aIID={5047460a-265d-4538-b23e-ddba5fb84976} aComponent={MachineWrap} aText={The virtual
machine 'New test' has terminated unexpectedly during startup with exit code 1 (0x1). More
details may be available in 'C:\Users\kst\VirtualBox VMs\New test\Logs\VBoxHardening.log'
},
preserve=false aResultDetail=0
and
"VBoxHardening.log" wrote:1b70.1b74: Error (rc=258):
1b70.1b74: Timed out after 60001 ms waiting for child request #1 (CloseEvents).
1b70.1b74: Error 258 in supR3HardNtChildWaitFor! (enmWhat=5)
1b70.1b74: Timed out after 60001 ms waiting for child request #1 (CloseEvents).

You have a hardening error. Please read really carefully the following FAQ: Diagnosing VirtualBox Hardening Issues for some generic guidelines/ideas. Remember, these are guidelines, not the exact solution, you have to use your judgement as to which program might be responsible.
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Re: VB don't start

Postby kst » 29. Aug 2019, 20:24

My problem with VipnetSCP.
The same problem already exist in forum.
Downgrade Vipnet and VB launch again!
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Re: VB don't start

Postby socratis » 29. Aug 2019, 20:29

kst wrote:My problem with VipnetSCP. The same problem already exist in forum.
Yes, I found the reference as well: Hardening incompatibility with ViPNet CSP (c) InfoTeCS.

kst wrote:Mark as Solved.
Will do, thanks for reporting back!
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