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Re: [Xen-users] Removing old glpv windows drivers to install new -> inaccessible boot device

I have the same problem, using win10.. the only way to boot the domU was in safe mode, but I never managed to do so outside of safe mode, even with manual deleting the xen*.sys driver in windows/system32/drivers..

2015-10-27 16:10 GMT+01:00 ÃliÃs TamÃs <et@xxxxxxx>:
Hi all.

I have some Windows7 HVM domu (debian dom0) and xen 4.5. I'm
successfully using the old uninvention gplpv windows drivers. I decided
that follwoing an upgrade to xen 4.6 I will go to the official xen
windows device drivers:

The installer failed installing these new drivers, so I guessed that the
problem might be the presence of the old uninvention drivers. I
uninstalled them, and rebooted the machine. Since then I'm getting BSOD
saying that Windows failed to boot, INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE.

Is there a way to let Windows boot again? I guess if I cold turn on some
basic harddisk emulation what windows should know by default, my problem
should gone (so instead of PVHVM stubdomain I would have a normal HVM
domain at least until I install the new drivers)?

Thank you.


ÃliÃs TamÃs
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