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Allround Developer (NodeJS, Java EE, Python, PHP, Web, iOS and Android), freelancer and hackathon enthusiast.


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comment Creating a windows 8 virtualbox image doesn't work. VERR_NOT_SUPPORTED error occurs
That explains a lot, got it running now. Cheers!
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accepted Creating a windows 8 virtualbox image doesn't work. VERR_NOT_SUPPORTED error occurs
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comment Creating a windows 8 virtualbox image doesn't work. VERR_NOT_SUPPORTED error occurs
I tried to re-download, it didn't solve the problem. If I mount the disk, the setup starts. When started I get this error: "Installing Windows 8 error msg: A DVD driver your PC needs is missing."
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revised Creating a windows 8 virtualbox image doesn't work. VERR_NOT_SUPPORTED error occurs
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comment Creating a windows 8 virtualbox image doesn't work. VERR_NOT_SUPPORTED error occurs
Thanks for the suggestion. I updated my Virtualbox, it didn't solve the error.
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asked Creating a windows 8 virtualbox image doesn't work. VERR_NOT_SUPPORTED error occurs
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accepted Convert VMware image to Virtualbox image (Guest OS Windows Server 2008)
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comment Convert VMware image to Virtualbox image (Guest OS Windows Server 2008)
Thank you, this did work! After a long boot, it worked. After the first boot, the boot time is normal.
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comment Convert VMware image to Virtualbox image (Guest OS Windows Server 2008)
Thanks for the answer, it didn't work though. I still get stuck at "Loaded: \Windows\system32\driver\crcdisk.sys" (booting in safe mode) when booting.
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comment Convert VMware image to Virtualbox image (Guest OS Windows Server 2008)
The virtual machine now boots up until "Loaded: \Windows\system32\driver\crcdisk.sys" (booting in safe mode). Does this mean I can presume the harddiks type is correct?
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revised Convert VMware image to Virtualbox image (Guest OS Windows Server 2008)
corrected spelling
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comment Convert VMware image to Virtualbox image (Guest OS Windows Server 2008)
Windows 7 Enterprise