NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005)

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NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005)

Postby Emile B » 7. Nov 2009, 20:02

Hi,

I get some error with Virtual Box on Mac OS 10.6.1 :

Log created: 2009-11-07T14:42:31.213140000Z
Executable: /Applications/VirtualBox.app/Contents/MacOS/VBoxSVC
!!Assertion Failed!!
Expression: <NULL>
Location : /Users/vbox/tinderbox/3.0-mac-rel/src/VBox/Main/HostUSBDeviceImpl.cpp(2444) PRUint32 HostUSBDevice::canonicalState() const
this=00c1aa10 mUniState=9
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Failed to open a session for the virtual machine
Callee RC: NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005)
~
I try to configure a USB device in the setting - all seems correct but when i start my VB (XP sp3) i get a <no available devices> !
I have already checked the page : http://frank.heydlauf.de/jm2c/archive/8 ... -usb-drive and the following forum topics :
viewtopic.php?t=23701 and http://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/4168

I don't understand the NS_Error_Failure ??? what i must do ?

Help is welcome
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Re: NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005)

Postby Perryg » 7. Nov 2009, 20:59

This usually means that you are not a member of the vboxusers group or you do not have write permissions to the .virtualbox folder.
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Re: NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005)

Postby Emile B » 8. Nov 2009, 01:39

Perryg wrote:This usually means that you are not a member of the vboxusers group or you do not have write permissions to the .virtualbox folder.


maybe but i can't check my usb permission with the terminal - the command syntax seen in the topic 'http://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=23701' does not work
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Re: NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005)

Postby Gnumpf » 10. Nov 2009, 11:08

Please execute the following 3 commands and post the results:

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ls -al /dev/vboxdrv

VBoxManage list usbhost

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Re: NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005)

Postby Emile B » 29. Nov 2009, 19:57

i'm sorry to be late... i was without web access last 3 weeks.

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MBP17:~ emile$ id
uid=501(emile) gid=20(staff) groups=20(staff),101(com.apple.sharepoint.group.1),204(_developer),100(_lpoperator),98(_lpadmin),
81(_appserveradm),80(admin),79(_appserverusr),61(localaccounts),12(everyone),
11104(vboxusers),401(com.apple.access_screensharing)
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MBP17:~ emile$ ls -al /dev/vboxdrv
crw-rw---- 1 root vboxusers 19, 0 11 29 11:58 /dev/vboxdrv
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MBP17:~ emile$ VBoxManage list usbhost
VirtualBox Command Line Management Interface Version 3.0.10
(C) 2005-2009 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
All rights reserved.

Host USB Devices:

UUID: 0518a327-d86c-441f-86d3-87b3225ce650
VendorId: 0x056e (056E)
ProductId: 0x005b (005B)
Revision: 1.1 (0101)
Manufacturer: ELECOM
Product: ELECOM Scope Node Mouse
Address: p=0x005b;v=0x056e;s=0x000000002ae523f5;l=0x04100000
Current State: Unavailable

UUID: 07a2ec51-40bb-48dd-b546-4003f154f90f
VendorId: 0x05ac (05AC)
ProductId: 0x0236 (0236)
Revision: 0.119 (00119)
Manufacturer: Apple, Inc.
Product: Apple Internal Keyboard / Trackpad
Address: p=0x0236;v=0x05ac;s=0x000000004120a03c;l=0x04600000
Current State: Unavailable

UUID: c226bd16-8307-4467-b004-b0a2c40a351e
VendorId: 0x05ac (05AC)
ProductId: 0x8217 (8217)
Revision: 1.128 (01128)
Manufacturer: Apple Inc.
Product: Bluetooth USB Host Controller
SerialNumber: 002608C37EB1
Address: p=0x8217;v=0x05ac;s=0x0000000042cc4680;l=0x06110000
Current State: Busy

UUID: e4a54eaa-07ce-4407-85de-cd7a476c2062
VendorId: 0x05ac (05AC)
ProductId: 0x8242 (8242)
Revision: 0.22 (0022)
Manufacturer: Apple Computer, Inc.
Product: IR Receiver
Address: p=0x8242;v=0x05ac;s=0x000000003a2762ad;l=0x04500000
Current State: Busy

UUID: 8710e267-5baa-4a93-9373-bc08afa5ec2e
VendorId: 0x05ac (05AC)
ProductId: 0x8507 (8507)
Revision: 4.25 (0425)
Manufacturer: Apple Inc.
Product: Built-in iSight
SerialNumber: 8J96N2P2U7713A00
Address: p=0x8507;v=0x05ac;s=0x0000000025c0e787;l=0x24400000
Current State: Busy

UUID: 7e2ca3ec-6033-4ef0-bec3-467b8733a571
VendorId: 0x090c (090C)
ProductId: 0x1000 (1000)
Revision: 17.0 (1700)
Product: Flash Disk
SerialNumber: AA04012700025581
Address: p=0x1000;v=0x090c;s=0x0000164fc68705f4;l=0x26200000
Current State: Unavailable

>>> i don't understand the Unavailable state for the 'ELECOM Scope Node Mouse' and the ''Trackball '-both are running without problems !
but the 'flash disk' is still unavailable !!!
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Re: NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005)

Postby Gnumpf » 6. Dec 2009, 00:26

Emile B wrote:i'm sorry to be late... i was without web access last 3 weeks.
...
>>> i don't understand the Unavailable state for the 'ELECOM Scope Node Mouse' and the ''Trackball '-both are running without problems !
but the 'flash disk' is still unavailable !!!

Is the flash-disk mounted in the host-system? (i.e. shown in Finder sidebar as "Volume") - if yes, just eject (in host/Finder) and see what the Guest does. If no -> there's an update at http://frank.heydlauf.de/jm2c/archive/80/virtualbox-on-os-x-host-howto-mount-an-external-usb-drive. Search for "kextstat". May help....
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Re: NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005)

Postby Emile B » 22. Dec 2009, 18:00

problem solve on VirtualBox 3.1.2,
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Re: NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005)

Postby robmorgan » 28. Jan 2016, 03:02

This seems to be to do with the VM being in fullscreen mode, as described in Ticket #14356.

Go to the settings of the VM, then User Interface and click on the View box to turn it off.
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Re: NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005)

Postby socratis » 28. Jan 2016, 10:27

robmorgan wrote:This seems to be to do with the VM being in fullscreen mode, as described in Ticket #14356.

Seriously? Did you even read the thread?
- It's more than 6 years old.
- It's about host OSX 10.6.1.
- It's about VirtualBox 3.0.10.
- It's reported as fixed in 3.1.12.
I fail to see how relevant your answer might be.
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.
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Re: NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005)

Postby spiritnemo » 24. Mar 2016, 11:20

robmorgan wrote:This seems to be to do with the VM being in fullscreen mode, as described in Ticket #14356.

Go to the settings of the VM, then User Interface and click on the View box to turn it off.


Maaan! It works! OS 10.11.4 + VirtualBox 5.0.16
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