Virtualisation KO in 22000.160

Discussion in 'Windows 11' started by ftlnparis, Aug 21, 2021.

  1. ftlnparis

    ftlnparis MDL Novice

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    #1 ftlnparis, Aug 21, 2021
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    Running VmWare workstation 12.1.2 on 22000.160 with Ryzen 5950x and I am unable to start VM's, any ideas ?

    EDIT -- Seems like a Windows Hypervisor Platform is buggy.


    All my Windows and Linux iso's fail to boot, vm crashes with below error:

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    2021-08-22T00:39:45.766+02:00| vcpu-0| I005: [msg.log.error.unrecoverable] VMware Workstation unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)
    2021-08-22T00:39:45.766+02:00| vcpu-0| I005+ Exception 0xc0000005 (access violation) has occurred.
    • VMware Workstation unrecoverable error: (vcpu-1)
    • Exception 0xc0000005 (access violation) has occurred.
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  3. ftlnparis

    ftlnparis MDL Novice

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    Same in vBox after freshin reinstall, new VM's wont start:

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    Are You Executing VM app with Admin Privileges & be sure you must be having same user with administrator account level.
    plus be sure wd account protection ControlledFolderAccess must be disabled & UILockdown must be set to false too.
    then cross check.
     
  5. ftlnparis

    ftlnparis MDL Novice

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    Turning of Hyper-V fixes the issue.
    But all other Windows 11 releases vmware workstation and hyper-v have been compatible !! Looks like a regression in this release of Win11.
     
  6. vali20

    vali20 MDL Member

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    They are probably preparing the ground for Android apps support, and in the mean time they probably broke something in Hyper-V. It will be patched eventually, this is how it goes these days, the software is never finished and never bug free, you just pick the version with the fewest issues for you and try to stay on it as long as you can.
     
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    vali20 MDL Member

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    Yeah, I have now tested on my 22000.1 install as well, something similar happens to me as well, the CPU I have is Ryzen 5900x. If I test on an Intel Core i7 9750H, it works just fine, so most probably a bug in the Windows Hypervisor Platform combined with Ryzen CPUs in Windows 11. Seems to have been there from the start, it just is broken. Using UEFI for the VM, if I switch to BIOS, it seems to work, but I need UEFI.
     
  8. loader24

    loader24 MDL Junior Member

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    I think vm as of today are not windows 11 capable. Not unless otherwise, you have to make some changes to the windows installer.