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BSoD while installing windows 7 in virtualbox

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Ive been havin some problems and ive finally given up, made an account for a forum and dicided to look for some more help. My problem is virtualbox at the moment. im running on xp and have been getting some 'blue screen of death' when installing windows 7 onto virtualbox. ive already installed windows 7 onto virtual box about 4 times and it just stopped working.


2 errors i have been recieving. KERNEL_STACK_INPAGE_ERROR and the 'a crucial process has exited' or whatever it is. KERNEL error was happening as soon as it started extracting files but i fixed that, but if it gets to 10 percent in the installation of windows 7 it will crash saying KERNEL error. some times it will crash at the start of extracting files but instead of kernel error its the crucial procces exited this time. but itst completely random between the errors.


ive tried numerous ways to fix it after browsing the web for hours on end just trying to fix this. im looking for any awsners for helping me that DOSNT include downloading any software that requires me to register like 'regcure' and so on.


my specs from 'Speccy'


Operating System

MS Windows XP Professional 32-bit SP3


Intel Mobile Core 2 Duo T5850 @ 2.16GHz 42 °C

Merom 65nm Technology


2.00 GB Dual-Channel DDR2 @ 332MHz (5-5-5-15)


Dell Inc. 0U990C (Microprocessor) 43 °C


Plug and Play Monitor ([email protected])

Mobile Intel® 965 Express Chipset Family

Mobile Intel® 965 Express Chipset Family

ZD Soft Screen Capture Driver

Hard Drives

244GB Western Digital WDC WD2500BEVS-75UST0 (SATA) 43 °C

Optical Drives


MagicISO Virtual DVD-ROM0000


Intel® High Definition Audio HDMI



i cant give te minidump file because it has managed to stop giving me the mini dump. it says it dumps it but it just never comes up.




Thanx Sqaush25

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it was working before, before it would occasionally crash but now it crashes every time.

im starting to think that it may be my computer because my computer has been having moments where it will crash over and over then just fix itself. but i still realy need help.


i have problems with everything about this computer but mainly about vitualbox, it sometimes crashes on unzipping big files, moving big files, installing some games and uninstalling some programs.


about an hour ago i uninstalled virtualbox and couldnt install because it would crash. it just installed now.


i just want to know, WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON.



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O.K. lets start at the beginning...on the first page of your test there is a huge list of all the fixes that are recommended, click on each one for tips on how to resolve the fix. Now a couple of questions, it appears that you have 3 different versions of MS Office, I saw parts of Office 2003, Office 2007 and Office Small Business edition...why all 3? Also there are 2 versions of Adobe showing and they're both old versions, you should remove then and get the latest one > http://get.adobe.com/reader/ I see Flash Player 10 plugin and Flash Player 11 plugin, lose the older one...

Your Firefox is way out of date also, you should update to Firefox v.9.0. Get all those fixed and maybe we can help your get your Virtualbox working properly...






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the reason i got alot of older software and 3 different programs of office is because this is my mums old work laptop, i got this about a month ago and have never noticed. illl try getting rid of some older software and programs.


but im not sure its that because i recently asked my dad, he told me to remove some of the crap on there, so i went through it carefully and removed what i dont use and its just suddenly got faster. hopefully that has fixed it but ill check back soon

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