I have a freshly-installed 64-bit Windows 10 system, with VirtualBox installed and a CentOS 7.0 VM image. Whenever I try to start the VM, Windows BSODs with
After extensive (and frustrating) Googling, I have found many references to this being caused by Windows 10's Hyper-V virtualisation, so I have turned this off via Windows Features; and ensured that no Hyper-V services are running, or set to run on startup. This has not prevented the BSODs.
This exact same setup, including hardware, but with Win 7 32-bit instead of Win 10 64-bit, was working perfectly until IT re-imaged my machine to Windows 10.
Below is the output of VBox.log, although it doesn't look like anything relevant is in it.
VirtualBox VM 5.0.40 r115130 win.amd64 (Apr 28 2017 19:55:07) release log 00:00:00.308913 Log opened 2017-07-10T13:36:10.933562500Z 00:00:00.308914 Build Type: release 00:00:00.308917 OS Product: Windows 10 00:00:00.308918 OS Release: 10.0.14393 00:00:00.308918 OS Service Pack: 00:00:00.383912 DMI Product Name: B85M-E 00:00:00.386322 DMI Product Version: 00:00:00.386327 Host RAM: 8063MB total, 3856MB available 00:00:00.386329 Executable: C:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox\VBoxHeadless.exe 00:00:00.386329 Process ID: 9952 00:00:00.386330 Package type: WINDOWS_64BITS_GENERIC 00:00:00.389754 Installed Extension Packs: 00:00:00.389787 None installed!
Can anyone suggest a way forward?
Edit: Minidump available here, for identical failure except on VirtualBox v 5.1.22.