Attempting to integrate the latest updates into a Hyper-V 2008 R2 SP1 WIM results in a BSOD

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  1. TheCollDude489

    TheCollDude489 MDL Member

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    Sorry if I am not allowed to post this here, I wasn't sure where to post or ask for help with this issue.

    I attempted to integrate the latest updates into a Hyper-V 2008 R2 SP1 WIM file using the WHD-W7UI script. Unfortunately whenever I attempt to actually install Hyper-V 2008 R2, the installation always goes to a BSOD a few seconds after the boot screen appears and almost instantly restarts afterwards.

    The WIM file I am using comes from Hyper-V_Server_R2_SP1_MultiLang.iso which is available at Microsoft's official download center.

    Below is a screenshot of said BSOD that keeps coming up:

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    I don't know what I am doing wrong, as no errors come up when integrating updates that would result in this happening or the WIM itself becoming corrupt. No dump files are created when the BSOD comes up either. I also checked the update files I am using and they are all good, too.

    Can someone help me in finding out why this is happening?
     
  2. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    You could try without the Monthly Rollup and or CU Rollup KB3125574
     
  3. TheCollDude489

    TheCollDude489 MDL Member

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    OK, I'll try it without those and post my results.
     
  4. TheCollDude489

    TheCollDude489 MDL Member

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    OK I tried without integrating the Monthly Rollup, and the same BSOD comes up a few seconds after the boot screen appears.
    I also tried without integrating both the CU Rollup KB3125574 and the Monthly Rollup, and the BSOD comes up as well.

    I also tried integrating updates to a non-SP1 Hyper-V 2008 R2 WIM (6.1.7600), and the BSOD comes up there as well.