On 02.08.2010, at 17:55, Kevin O'Connor wrote:
On Mon, Aug 02, 2010 at 10:12:31AM +0200, Alexander Graf wrote:
On 02.08.2010, at 07:49, Kevin O'Connor wrote:
On Mon, Aug 02, 2010 at 10:41:39AM +0800, Liu, Jinsong wrote: It seems the Windows acpi interpreter is significantly different from the Linux one. The only guess I have is that Windows doesn't like one of the ASL constructs even though they all look valid. I'd try to debug this by commenting out parts of the ASL until I narrowed down the parts causing the problem. Unfortunately, I don't have Windows 2008 to do this directly.
Any other ideas?
Just grab yourself a free copy of the Hyper-V server 2008:
I downloaded and installed it, but I can't reproduce the crash. It seems like a really stripped down version of Windows, so I can't tell if it actually worked or not either.
I haven't tried for a while now, but last time I used that stripped down version I could log in as administrator. Maybe it was through RDP only. But from there it was almost a fully functional copy of Windows that certainly sufficed to do simple functionality tests.