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[Xen-users] Could xen start up the existed windows 7?

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Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 15:43:19 +0800 (CST)
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As the title I mentioned, does anyone succeed in starting up the existed windows 7 (installing in Hard-Disk physical partition) by xen?

I have found the similar issues, such as the website http://www.mycomputingart.com/linux/Z24.xen3-winxp-partition.html?seemore=y

This is the system what I have.
/dev/sda1: Linux
/dev/sdb1: Windows 7

(DomU configurations)
disk = [ 'phy=/dev/sdb,hda,w' ]
boot = 'c'

I used the configurations to start up the existed windows 7 by "xm create DomU.cfg" command, and I got this error messages "A problem has been detected and Windows has been 
shut down to prevent damage to your computer".

Reference the method of the website, I thought this may be caused because of the different hardwares.

But the "hardware profile" in windows 7 is knocked out.

Does anyone port existed windows 7 in the physical partition by xen?

Please give me some suggestions, thanks all.

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