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RE: [Xen-users] Windows NT HVM fail to install

Em Sex, 2008-11-21 às 23:06 +1100, James Harper escreveu:
> Just uncomment the 6 lines starting at 'cpuid ='. I'm not sure from
> the
> above example if HT is reported as enabled, but if so you should be
> able
> to find some tech reference that will tell you which bit corresponds
> to
> HT and just force it to 0.
> There is also a cpuid_check option available, but I think that is just
> to make sure that certain cpuid features are available before starting
> or migrating to a host.
> If you aren't running 3.3 then the above may not work...

upgraded to 3.3.0 and tweaked a little with cpuid... i noticed that HT
is the fourth bit of edx, noted also that it was not enabled before!

Unfortunately I had no success on running Windows NT 4.0 as an HVM
guest, i hope that the "cpuid" thing is the right way to follow, but I
was unable to find any report of people running this system with Xen or
trying to do it!

I do not know the details about the bits of cpuid, i didn't understood
how it works too, it would be helpful if somebody make a list of the
setting to "emulate" many other processors, so I can try others.

If anybody on the list knows more about the "STOP: 0x0000003e" error, a
help would be great!

Thank you James for your support, hope you can help me a little more on

Best Regards,

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