Help needed BSoD when installing Hyper-V / ATI HD4670

Forums Operating Systems Windows Server 2008 R2 Hardware Compatibility Help needed BSoD when installing Hyper-V / ATI HD4670

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    • #50213

      Its a problem with your particular driver version.

      Try using an earlier or later version.

    • #60032
      AvatarAnonymous

      Its a problem with your particular driver version.

      Try using an earlier or later version.

    • #60033
      AvatarAnonymous

      Thx for the quick response.

      I’ve tried drivers from 9.9 down to 9.5 and installed the modded 9.11 for desktop gfx.

      All the same problem.

      Normaly i don’t need the ATI driver. I just want the high res. of 1920×1080. But with the standard-vga-driver max. res. is 1400×1050.

      Did anybody know how to get the widescreen resolutions with standard vga dirver?

      Thanks in advance.

    • #50214

      Thx for the quick response.

      I’ve tried drivers from 9.9 down to 9.5 and installed the modded 9.11 for desktop gfx.

      All the same problem.

      Normaly i don’t need the ATI driver. I just want the high res. of 1920×1080. But with the standard-vga-driver max. res. is 1400×1050.

      Did anybody know how to get the widescreen resolutions with standard vga dirver?

      Thanks in advance.

    • #60034
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hmmm

      I have a 3650 IIRC, and run at 1680×1050 without a problem.

      Are you on a laptop or a desktop?

    • #50215

      Hmmm

      I have a 3650 IIRC, and run at 1680×1050 without a problem.

      Are you on a laptop or a desktop?

    • #50216

      Thx for your response.

      I’am on a laptop (Dell XPS16).

      Last thing i’ve tried was

      1. Starting hyper-v on demand (sc config hvboot start= demand)
      2. Reboot
      3. Install ATI driver
      4. Reboot (Gfx fine)
      5. Starting Hyper-V (net start hvboot)
      6. BSoD 🙁

      Also i tried to force resolution by registry (Default.XResolution / YResolution) -> Take no affect.

      Sorry what’s “IIRC”?

    • #60035
      AvatarAnonymous

      Thx for your response.

      I’am on a laptop (Dell XPS16).

      Last thing i’ve tried was

      1. Starting hyper-v on demand (sc config hvboot start= demand)
      2. Reboot
      3. Install ATI driver
      4. Reboot (Gfx fine)
      5. Starting Hyper-V (net start hvboot)
      6. BSoD 🙁

      Also i tried to force resolution by registry (Default.XResolution / YResolution) -> Take no affect.

      Sorry what’s “IIRC”?

    • #60036
      AvatarAnonymous

      OK, Are you using the mobility modder driver, or do you not need it?

    • #50217

      OK, Are you using the mobility modder driver, or do you not need it?

    • #60037
      AvatarAnonymous

      @resil wrote:

      Sorry what’s “IIRC”?

      It’s short for “if I recall/remember correctly”.

    • #50218

      @resil wrote:

      Sorry what’s “IIRC”?

      It’s short for “if I recall/remember correctly”.

    • #60038
      AvatarAnonymous

      @Indrek:
      Thx


      @JingoFresh
      :
      I’ve modded the ATI 9.11 driver version with the mobility modder and get the same result (Hyper-V + ATI Driver = BSoD)
      Which driver do you use?

      Btw.
      Did anybody know if there is an “modded” standard-vga-driver to support 1920×1080 on Server 2008R2?

      Thanks in advance

    • #50219

      @Indrek:
      Thx


      @JingoFresh
      :
      I’ve modded the ATI 9.11 driver version with the mobility modder and get the same result (Hyper-V + ATI Driver = BSoD)
      Which driver do you use?

      Btw.
      Did anybody know if there is an “modded” standard-vga-driver to support 1920×1080 on Server 2008R2?

      Thanks in advance

    • #60039
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hmm

      I’m using driver 8.650.0.0, and Hyper V and games work fine.

      I would suggest trying this driver?

    • #50220

      Hmm

      I’m using driver 8.650.0.0, and Hyper V and games work fine.

      I would suggest trying this driver?

    • #50221

      Hi,

      i’ve tried your driver version. No affect.

      Looks like i have to use the uncomfortable resolution 🙁

    • #60040
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hi,

      i’ve tried your driver version. No affect.

      Looks like i have to use the uncomfortable resolution 🙁

    • #50222

      My theory is that the old driver is still on there somehow.

      Make sure you remove it completely from device manager, and selecting to delete driver files.

    • #60041
      AvatarAnonymous

      My theory is that the old driver is still on there somehow.

      Make sure you remove it completely from device manager, and selecting to delete driver files.

    • #50223

      Th edriver could not be there. I’ve installed the W2K8R2 into an VHD and made a backup after clean install. All tests are made on the clean install.

      Regards,
      Sascha

    • #60042
      AvatarAnonymous

      Th edriver could not be there. I’ve installed the W2K8R2 into an VHD and made a backup after clean install. All tests are made on the clean install.

      Regards,
      Sascha

    • #50224

      So you have a low resolution by default? It seems odd that it is always the same file.

      What triggers the crash exactly? Is it reproducible?

      What is the name of the exception you get when it bluescreens?

    • #60043
      AvatarAnonymous

      So you have a low resolution by default? It seems odd that it is always the same file.

      What triggers the crash exactly? Is it reproducible?

      What is the name of the exception you get when it bluescreens?

    • #50225
      Avatartimofcourse
      Participant

      I can confirm that this an issue here as well.

      I have the same scenario w/ two different core i7 laptops.. one ATI the other Nvidia graphics. Whenver hyper-v role is enabled w/ graphics driver installed; blue screen.

      Upon further research I found this post over at Virtual PC Guy’s blog… and it doesnt look good for those of us with newer laptops with Core i7: http://blogs.msdn.com/virtual_pc_guy/archive/2009/11/16/understanding-high-end-video-performance-issues-with-hyper-v.aspx

      If anyone has any suggestions to workarounds for this, it’d be greatly appreciated!

    • #60044
      AvatarAnonymous

      I can confirm that this an issue here as well.

      I have the same scenario w/ two different core i7 laptops.. one ATI the other Nvidia graphics. Whenver hyper-v role is enabled w/ graphics driver installed; blue screen.

      Upon further research I found this post over at Virtual PC Guy’s blog… and it doesnt look good for those of us with newer laptops with Core i7: http://blogs.msdn.com/virtual_pc_guy/archive/2009/11/16/understanding-high-end-video-performance-issues-with-hyper-v.aspx

      If anyone has any suggestions to workarounds for this, it’d be greatly appreciated!

    • #50226

      I’m using 1680×1050 using the latest Catalyst drivers, and haven’t run into any problems, although performance does seem worse than it did on 7.

    • #60045
      AvatarAnonymous

      I’m using 1680×1050 using the latest Catalyst drivers, and haven’t run into any problems, although performance does seem worse than it did on 7.

    • #60046
      AvatarAnonymous

      @rickd wrote:

      I’m using 1680×1050 using the latest Catalyst drivers, and haven’t run into any problems, although performance does seem worse than it did on 7.

      Are you running Core i5 or i7 and have Hyper-V enabled?

    • #50227
      Avatartimofcourse
      Participant

      @rickd wrote:

      I’m using 1680×1050 using the latest Catalyst drivers, and haven’t run into any problems, although performance does seem worse than it did on 7.

      Are you running Core i5 or i7 and have Hyper-V enabled?

    • #60047
      AvatarAnonymous

      @timofcourse wrote:

      @rickd wrote:

      I’m using 1680×1050 using the latest Catalyst drivers, and haven’t run into any problems, although performance does seem worse than it did on 7.

      Are you running Core i5 or i7 and have Hyper-V enabled?

      i7 with an HD 5870. Hyper-V is not currently enabled, although, when it was enabled, it worked fine (hyper-v kind of hosed my networking, for reasons I haven’t yet determined).

    • #50228

      @timofcourse wrote:

      @rickd wrote:

      I’m using 1680×1050 using the latest Catalyst drivers, and haven’t run into any problems, although performance does seem worse than it did on 7.

      Are you running Core i5 or i7 and have Hyper-V enabled?

      i7 with an HD 5870. Hyper-V is not currently enabled, although, when it was enabled, it worked fine (hyper-v kind of hosed my networking, for reasons I haven’t yet determined).

    • #60048
      AvatarAnonymous

      @rickd wrote:

      @timofcourse wrote:

      @rickd wrote:

      I’m using 1680×1050 using the latest Catalyst drivers, and haven’t run into any problems, although performance does seem worse than it did on 7.

      Are you running Core i5 or i7 and have Hyper-V enabled?

      i7 with an HD 5870. Hyper-V is not currently enabled, although, when it was enabled, it worked fine (hyper-v kind of hosed my networking, for reasons I haven’t yet determined).

      Ah… so youre running on a desktop. These issues are supposedly primarily related to the mobile i5 and i7 CPU’s.

    • #50229
      Avatartimofcourse
      Participant

      @rickd wrote:

      @timofcourse wrote:

      @rickd wrote:

      I’m using 1680×1050 using the latest Catalyst drivers, and haven’t run into any problems, although performance does seem worse than it did on 7.

      Are you running Core i5 or i7 and have Hyper-V enabled?

      i7 with an HD 5870. Hyper-V is not currently enabled, although, when it was enabled, it worked fine (hyper-v kind of hosed my networking, for reasons I haven’t yet determined).

      Ah… so youre running on a desktop. These issues are supposedly primarily related to the mobile i5 and i7 CPU’s.

    • #43943

      Hi,

      i disovered a problem with hyper-v and my gfx ati4670.

      Following scenario:
      1. Server 2008r2 installed
      2. ATI Driver (Win7 x64 Version 9.9) installed
      3. Hyper-V Roles installed
      4. Reboot
      5. BSoD with Stop Error for atimdag.sys

      Need help.

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