I have a Hyper-V VM running Windows Server 2008 R2 (Host is also WinSrv 2008 R2) that was working perfectly. It has now started BSOD before I even login. On testing if I boot normally and login the vm Blue Screens after 1min 35seconds. If I safe boot this extended to almost 4 minutes.
The hex I get on the BS is 0x000000F4 etc.
I dont have time to check out the eventlog within the vm itself before it explodes but the event log on the host reports the following warning....
Log Name: Microsoft-Windows-Hyper-V-Integration-Admin
Date: 7/11/2013 12:53:38 PM
Event ID: 4130
Task Category: None
User: NETWORK SERVICE Computer: --- Description: Virtual machine 'ZeroThree' has an older version of integration services installed ('6.1.7600.16385'). To help avoid compatibility problems, upgrade integration services in the guest operating system to '6.1.7601.17514'. (Virtual machine ID 'FE5F168E-FE73-438B-82BA-9258E1F3E8E6')
I have tried to upgrade the integration services but it only gets half way through the install before another BSOD.
All other VM's (Running same os) are working fine.
I have also bounced the host server.
Any suggestions, tips, pointers would be most gratefully received.