BSOD 0xc000000f

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  1. JackJ3

    JackJ3 Bit Poster

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    I am attempting to migrate an Hp PC running Windows 10 to Parallels 13 using my Mac pro running High Sierra.

    PC - Windows 10 Home
    Mac - MAC OS High Sierra 10.13.1

    The PC disks look like this:
    diskmgmt.png

    Parallels will stop after configuring:
    Configuring.png

    And give me the BSOD:
    BSOD 0xc000000f.png

    I can kill the VM and boot an install disk, going to the cmd prompt and running diskpart shows this:
    Diskpart.png

    I have tried to assign "C:" to the actual system disk (d: here) but that didn't seem to work either.


    Any ideas/solutions would be appreciated,

    Jack
    KJ3J
     
  2. JackJ3

    JackJ3 Bit Poster

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    SOLVED...
    Problem was an old, hidden, OEM Recovery partition.
    1) Use activity montitor to force the VM to stop.
    2) Adjust the CDROM to boot from a windows recovery disk.
    3) Adjust the boot order to only boot from the CDROM.
    4) Boot the CD and select "Troubleshhot" then open a cmd window.
    5) Use diskpart to change the type from 27 to 07.
    http://defaultreasoning.com/2009/05/29/unhide-the-recovery-partition-on-a-basic-disk-with-diskpart/
    6) Use diskpart to adjust the drive letter assignments. Drive C: should be the system reserved area of about 100mb
    7) Make the system reserved partition active.
    Reboot

    It worked for me...hope it helps for you...

    Jack
     

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