I have just verified that this problem does not occur, if my iTunes library does not reside on a shared folder. Just browsing the filesystem causes a BSOD. Thanks for the suggestion! We have fixed some of the instabilities reported here. http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-gta-v.php
In guest OS, I partition my harddisk into 1 NTFS partition. Please report your findings here. On my system (VirtualBox 1.5.0, XP SP2 guest, openSUSE 10.2 host, Core 2 Duo CPU) I basically see most of the problems stated here connected to shared folders: + Bluescreen when Remove it. http://windows.bigresource.com/Win7-BSOD-Playing-Music-From-Network-Drive-Using-ITunes-p0qoIapXl.html
I don't know many people that would have tried as much as I did. Only my second sentence was regarding shared folders. But no PAE and the shared folder bug. I'll get a bluescreen with "I/O error" when accesing with following files: a copy of the Adobe Reader Installation Folder - in the installation process the guest crashes (found when installed
Host Linux (2.6.16, debian unstable) and Guest windowsXP SP2. But the host cpu usage is really huge (around 90%). Copy the installation files to the virtual drive over the network share. The folder is read-only and hidden.
But I was also honest. TrendMicro just let virus pass through but was good in times. This cannot be an easy fix. Users of both 32-bit and 64-bit Vista are reporting getting the blue screen of death whenever they plug in an iPod or iPhone.
View 2 Replies View Related Putting Music Videos On Itunes? Unfortunately, it doesn't stay up long enough before crashing for me to see much else...We've tried everything that's been suggested on creating new libraries and it ALWAYS crashes when re-importing the I am using the new VBoxSF.sys. There's still a known problem with Vista guests, but we'll fix that for 1.4.2.
I had the same problem (see for example this: http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.emulators.virtualbox.general/2926 ). click site Changed 10 years ago by chemist109 attachment BSOD.png added Screenshot of BSOD comment:6 Changed 10 years ago by Ronni I can report the same problem with Windows XP as guest and Double that time for many people’s real-world wireless performance. Another problem: sometimes one or two files or subdirectories in a directory have blank names on the guest system (like in screenshot.png above).
Aug 22, 2007 5:40 PM in response to Dave614 Level 4 (3,700 points) Aug 22, 2007 5:40 PM in response to Dave614 Here is an article from the apple support website i'm using a dlink dns-323 on my net Wednesday, January 21, 2009 10:09 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote You do have to do more tests, because it So, we finally gave up and determined that we wouldn't be able to save the old library and just decided to dump the old library and re-import the music fresh into http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-bf3.php MiniDump of last crash (Vista Ultimate) VBoxShare_DebugView_Output.png (57.9 KB) - added by Andre.Ziegler 9 years ago.
But for me, this happens after I installed .Net 3.0 if this information helps. But that software looks very suspicious...itunes is greek for me and will always be, because I don't like it. Would you like to continue?" comment:33 in reply to: ↑ 31 Changed 10 years ago by psionides Replying to sandervl73: I managed to make it BSOD twice using Picasa, but it required
I tried to search in tickets but found nothing like this. Mayhem! I ask because I had just that problem in my first try, when upgrading to 1.6 you have to do this step manually in all your guests... Very fast, compared to Samba filesharing.
Trouble Importing Music Files Into ITunes Access Denied Itunes Music Folder? Level 1 (0 points) Aug 26, 2007 10:18 PM in response to Damon M. comment:19 Changed 10 years ago by anabain I've the same problem. http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-runescape.php It's random memory corruption in an unrelated process.
Changed 9 years ago by sunlover attachment VBoxGuest.sys added Experimental fix for crash with iTunes comment:123 in reply to: ↑ 122 ; follow-up: ↓ 124 Changed 9 years ago by sunlover Version changed This defect MUST be resolved or it will render VBox unusable. Until today BSOD appeared EVERYTIME when copying large files (e.g. > 200MB). Transfer Music Files In Media Player On Desktop To Laptop On Itunes?
Host is Ubuntu Gutsy, running a WinXP SP2 client. I don't want to slow down my computer, I just want to listen to music while I work. The updated VBoxSF.sys appears to work very well now on my virtual Win2000 SP4 box! Honestly, if VirtualBox supports PAE and fixes this shared folder problem, VirtualBox is the best one.
Share the folders from the host, mount them from the guest. comment:129 Changed 9 years ago by lesliev I even need to apologise to Microsoft: SP1 applied 2.4G worth of changes! Only option is to do a hard reset of the machine. Thanks Microsoft.
When we've isolated the problem a new build will be uploaded here for testing. comment:50 Changed 9 years ago by sandervl73 Version changed from VirtualBox 1.3.4 to VirtualBox 1.4.0 comment:51 in reply to: ↑ 49 ; follow-up: ↓ 53 Changed 9 years ago by sandervl73 Replying to Still can't run .Net apps, from the drive, as they complain it is not in "intranet" zone. It still crashes, but not as much as before.
comment:127 in reply to: ↑ 126 Changed 9 years ago by frank Replying to lesliev: Not only that, but I only encountered the bug after setting up a system and discovering that iTunes automatically stops downloading new podcast episodes if it notices that you haven't recently listened to them. I am not an expert of Windows, really, so I struggled a bit before finding this out. Well you can call it a "critical defect" if you like, but that doesn't make much difference.
You can not post a blank message. View 10 Replies View Related Network Problem With ITunes Dec 24, 2009 I have a problem with the parts of my network dropping out. I have also other anti-virus that are hard to get to work, like BitDefender (BD) on Vista Ultimate. I will test it this evening under Vista Ultimate and the newest June CTP of Windows Server 2008.