4 Replies Latest reply on Nov 19, 2018 9:41 AM by pikouik

    Virtualization BSOD

    pikouik

      Hello,

      I bought in June 2018, an AMD 2700x processor. When I turn on virtualization, and start a virtualization software such as: VMWARE, VirtualBox. Or android emulator: Nox and Bluestack. I have BSOD.

      I made memtest86 +, I have no RAM error.

      The bios is in the latest version..

       

      Has someone already had this problem ? And how to fix it?

       

      Configuration :

      Motherboard: MSI X470 Gaming Pro

      RAM : DDR4 HyperX Fury 2x8Go, 2133 MHz, CAS 14

      Processor : AMD Ryzen 2700x

      Graphicss : GTX 1060 6GB

        • Re: Virtualization BSOD
          misterj

          pikouik, need to now more.  Please compress your minidump folder and upload it where we can DL it.  More specifications: power supply, OS exact version and patch level, UEFI version, other HW such as drives.  Enjoy, John.

            • Re: Virtualization BSOD
              pikouik

              Thank you for your answer.

              I have the latest version of bios (version : 7B79v14), and all my drivers are up to date.

              I tried to create a minidump but the folder or it must be create remains empty.

               

              Configuration :

              OS : windows 10 1709

              UEFI : legacy

              Motherboard: MSI X470 Gaming Pro

              RAM : DDR4 HyperX Fury 2x8Go, 2133 MHz, CAS 14

              Processor : AMD Ryzen 2700x

              Graphicss : MSI Geforce GTX 1060 go

              Power : Be quiet ! Pure Power L8 CF, 500W

              Hard disk 1 (c:) : Samsung SSD 840 EVO 250Gb

              Hard disk 2 (data) : Seagate Barracuda 1 To

              Hard disk (data game) : Seagate Desktop SSHD 1 To

                • Re: Virtualization BSOD
                  misterj

                  pikouik, your problem is most likely that your power supply is too weak!  I would use a 750 Watt supply but you may get along with less.  Newegg has a good power supply calculator and I suggest you try it.  I usually take its recommendation and add some to it.  I would also recommend you upgrade to W10 1809 but not until you deal with BSOD problem.  Please do post the Stop code.  If you do not remember, them look in the Computer Management-Windows Logs-System.  Enjoy, John.