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Re: [Xen-users] WinPV BSOD on Win2008R2

  • To: "'Peter Gansterer'" <peter.gansterer@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • From: "Nathan March" <nathan@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2016 11:26:17 -0700
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> > My upgrade procedure:
> >
> > 1. Uninstall all EJB + xen drivers via uninstall, DO NOT REBOOT
> > 2. Run uninstall.bat, DO NOT REBOOT
> > 3. Install the new ones, then you can reboot
> > 4. Make sure device manager shows the xen nic and not the emulated
> > realtek (depends if your config has vif emulation turned on or not). If 
> > realtek,
> > unisntall the device in device manager, and reboot
> >
> > This has worked almost flawlessly on a couple dozen machines ranging
> > from 2003 - 2012, although I did once have to clean up some registry entries
> > manually. Unfortunately I can't find where I saved the path, but try the 
> > above
> and
> > if you're still stuck let me know and I can dig it up for you.
> Thx, but this is exactly what I did.
> At least those were my first few approaches - before I started cleaning up the
> registry manually _AFTER_ uninstall and uninstall.bat.
> WinPV never initializes reliably on that machine ... it is definitely an
> initialization issue. Once the drivers manage to initialize it works (as I 
> said,
> mostly when I remove the NIC device in windows and reboot, or similar) - but
> that only lasts until the next reboot.
> Let me know, if you cleaned anything in the registry _outside_
> "CurrentControlSet".
> But I am now suspecting, that it is not related to the old gplpv drivers at 
> all.
> It might be something else on the machine.

Pretty sure the keys I cleaned up were the filter related ones listed here:


- Nathan

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