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Hyper-V vhd  "unmountable_boot_volume 0x000000ED"

Posted on 2012-03-14
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I have playing with StoreGrid to create BMR images and Restore to a .vhd file.  I then create the vm and attach the vhd.  Start the vm and it starts to boot the I have the BSOD and "unmountable_boot_volume 0x000000ED".  It then goes to the F8 screen rebbots and start the loop over.
Host machine:  HP185 AMD based with Win server 2008R2
VHD of an AMD based xp pro sp3 machine.

Any ideas?
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Does this StoreGrid adjust the OS to new virtual hardware automatically?
Also this unmountable volume error indicates corrupted NTFS.sys on the mounted drive. Try to run CHKDSK c:/r on it from XP CD Recovery Console.
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How does one do that on a vhd?
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CHKDSK? Mount this VHD in Windows and then assign drive letter to system partition. Run CHKDSK.
Or boot the virtual machine from XP ISO - go to Console there and perform the check.
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I heard back from Storegrid and apparently I need to perform some additional steps to adjust for hardware virtualization.  I will try there solutions and go from there.
Thanks for everything.
-SM
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