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Re: [Xen-users] Problems removing GPLPV - blue screen

Hi James,

Thanks now back up. Is the network issue a common problem (or was) ? 

Happy to test it out for you as it is very easy to reproduce.



On 23 Aug 2011, at 05:02, "James Harper" <james.harper@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>> We have an exchange 2010 DAG setup but during replication a lot of the
> time
>> the destination DomU would lock up completely.  After a lot of testing
> it
>> boiled down to the GPLPV drivers so after trying to uninstall we are
> getting
>> the blue screen with 07B at boot up.
>> I realise I forgot to run the uninstall script before unstalling from
> the
>> control panel but now we can't get the DomU back up and running.  Ive
> have
>> also tried with the NOGPLPV option but makes no difference.
>> Can someone advise the best way in getting the host back up, im
> guessing the
>> registry has the incorrect driver entries. The OS is Windows 2008 R2.
> Attach the boot disk to another DomU and load the SYSTEM registry hive
> (C:\Windows\system32\config\SYSTEM). Look for xenpci in any UpperFilter
> (and maybe LowerFilter) key values and remove it. Then unload the hive
> and detach the boot disk and it should boot.
> I may have fixed the network problem you are seeing, and could give you
> a link to the latest binary if you are in a position to test it.
> James

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