andrei7radu

Install Win10 x64 via Virtual Machine Manager v2.3.0-8722

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Hello there.

 

I am trying to install Windows 10 x64 via Virtual Machine Manager v2.3.0-8722 (latest). I create the VM, the installation image starts, I can set-up the needed steps to select locale, disk location and copy Windows files, but after the "Finishing up" bla, bla and restart, I get the attached screen in the noVNC browser window. And that's all, no progress. In VMM, it appears "Running", but 0 CPU usage and no IP. If I refresh the page, it returns the "Failed to connect to server" red overlay  in the upper part, and no image.

 

I even tried a Kali image and on both "Install" and "Live run" I get errors (see the second attached screenshot).

 

I must mention that I am using the latest loader, running on DS3615xs with DSM 6.1.6-15266 Update 1. The machine is a HP XW4600 workstation.

 

Please help me out, any ideas are welcome.

 

Thank you in advance,

a7r

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i have the same issue freazes at booting from hard disk

windows xp does install fine but vista windows 7 and windows 10 all hang on booting from hard disk have you managed to find a work around for this 

 

cheers lew

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10 hours ago, Lewis said:

i have the same issue freazes at booting from hard disk

windows xp does install fine but vista windows 7 and windows 10 all hang on booting from hard disk have you managed to find a work around for this 

 

cheers lew

Heya. Unfortunately I haven't found a solution yet, It's becoming really annoying. I haven't tried a XP version of Windows, just 10. What hardware set-up do you have? Same HP workstation? I'm thinking that the problem comes from the BIOS or other backround thingy, even though I altered all the possible settings I have found related to virtualization and no go.

 

a7r

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Hi im running a hp dl160 g6 with two Xeon e5506 proccessors and 8 gig ram it dosnt appear to be an issue with bios as i can get wondows 10 running if i install the ubunto live iso after i jave installed the failed windows 10 and dual boot the vm it is somwthing to do with how windows 10 installs its boot files that crashes the vm 

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As per above now solved 

 

Update vm manager to latest version change bios setting to uefi and re install windows 10 

No longer hangs at booting from disk ...

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On 5/31/2018 at 9:54 PM, Lewis said:

As per above now solved 

 

Update vm manager to latest version change bios setting to uefi and re install windows 10 

No longer hangs at booting from disk ...

Yeah, tested it and now it boots fine. Thank you again for the tip.

 

I see they've made some changes, including the adding of UEFI option and an open-source BIOS, so I think there were some issues on the original track.

One problem though - the Windows 10 (x64) 1803 VM is really slow, topping at 90-100 % CPU load almost anytime. From the booting process to the OS GUI, everything is really choked (even when I passed through the OS installation process). Tried with 2 procs, 4 procs, 2, 4 and 6 gigs of RAM. The RAM consumption iseems to be in the normal threshold, but the CPU is/looks overloaded.

Do you have any ideas of what might be done in order for the VM to run in normal conditions? Does it happens to anyone else? Thank you in advance.

 

a7r

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Hello there,

 

Sorry, but i need some help to install Windows on Virtual Machine Manager. The last version. I'm DSM 6.1.4 on a DL380 Gen 6.

 

I can install ubuntu, all is ok but i can't do it with Windows.

I choose Uefi, SATA. I cen install it but on reboot, i 'm either on "booting from hard disk" either, after change bios to uefi, i boot on shell and i can't do anything.

 

Can you help me please?

 

regards

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Sorry, but for me it's working now. I managed to install and boot the OS (Windows 10 Pro), the only glitch happening is the unusual high memory usage, as reported in my previous post.

So AFAIC, can't advise you further, as I can't replicate your issue.

 

Regards,

a7r.

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Thanks A7r.

I hope,someone will resole this issue because, i don't why i can use a linux and no Windows... It would  maybe  help me in future oraganisation,

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