daraj

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  1. I didn't test it on Virtual box so I cannot say much on that. I see that your actual hard disk is too big as the Install.wim is 11 GB. Did you give enough space for your virtual hard disk? And could you take a snap shot of the BSOD message as soon as displayed? Don't use EasyBCD to boot from ISO in Virtual Box or Vmware. It doesn't work. Edit: I found a similar problem on Virtual Box support forum. http://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php...696&start=0 It might be helpful. Thanks for the quick answers you are providing. The hard drive on the virtualbox is 40GB so thats not a problem. the BSOD screen happens in a blink of an eye. I will try to capture that. I didnt use EasyBCD.
  2. Install itself goes jst fine and smooth. Its just when its done installing and starting windows it BSOD. I cant read screen because it happens so fast. My guess is that the wim file created needs to be syspreped first? Did you install Windows 7 from DVD or USB? Did you try to make a startup repair with Windows 7 Recovery Environment? I installed it from iso ( not dvd) on my virtualBox application. I tried to repair it but not go. I followed the instructions on the 1st post untill the point where the iso image is ready to be burnt on dvd. Didnt burn it but instead attached it to my virtualBox and started win 7 installation. Installed went perfct with no hitch. Only when initial startup after installation it crashes. I dont see syspre instructions on the first post. How do I do that?
  3. Install itself goes jst fine and smooth. Its just when its done installing and starting windows it BSOD. I cant read screen because it happens so fast. My guess is that the wim file created needs to be syspreped first?
  4. I followed the instructions in first post and i got the wim file which was 11GB. I replaced it in the win 7 iso image then tried to install it on my virtualBox machine installed fine but it will not start windws it will show BSOD everytime. What am I doing wrong here? Note: The host harddisk is a 2 TB raid( 1Tb each). Not sure if it makes differecen.