CPU: Intel Pentium 4 [ at ] 2.8 GHz (32 bit)
Operating System: Windows XP Home w/ SP2 *(Virtualized) Windows XP Professional SP3*
Other active security software: (Virtualized environment) avast! 4.8 home edition + Windows Defender + Winpatrol + ThreatFireAbout problem:
Alright, so here's my basic story.--Running a modded (and legit) XP using programs nLite (http://www.nliteos.com/) + RVMi (http://integrator.siginetsoftware.com/index.php?download) + XPize (http://www.xpize.net/) + WMP11 Slipstreamer (http://www.boooggy.org/slipstreamer/)
**Reason for it --> Will eventually reinstall Windows XP to clean up my hard disk and on a new hard disk + wanted a light-weight installation with my customizations
--Using CFP add-on from http://www.msfn.org/board/Release-Comodo-Firewall-Pro-v302537-t119020.html (yes, that was me posting also, and I believe someone else also ran into a problem there)
--Tested disk on both MS Virtual PC 2007 and Sun VirtualBox 1.66 and later 2.02. VPC '07 = no problem; VirtualBox = problem
--Will provide my last_session.ini from nLite to let you guys know what I did with my installation disk
--Also posted on VirtualBox forums and awaiting reply at http://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?t=9529SYMPTOM/ PROBLEM:
Here's my problem:
--Testing disk on VirtualBox. Setup and runonce things (from nLite) completes, CFP crashes. Also everytime the virtual machine starts up, COMODO would crash.
**Tray Icon is still there, but no response from it (double click = nothing)
**Makes a crash dump file (will attach)
**Firewall won't work at all afterwards
--Tested disk on Virtual PC 2007 (fresh install also). No problems, runs fine. Set firewall level to Safe mode --or the level that's before the lowest level, ie. second lowest level with least amount of prompts-- (both Firewall and D+)
--VirtualBox 2.02 released, compatibility with VPC native disks done (.vhd I believe). Still had VPC, and tested the .vhd with VirtualBox. Machine boots up, and error results (the same one or the same nature as installing the disk on VirtualBox 1.66).What I think:
This is a problem with VirtualBox's design, not a problem with .vhd compatibility. Since VPC works just fine with the disk, something is up with my configuration on VirtualBox.
I believe it might be a problem with driver integration and the VirtualBox drivers (my guess, but I don't have the time or the luxury to actually test it). I don't think its a problem with whatever else I integrated (software) or my tweaks and settings.
Thanks guys !! If there is anything else you guys need, let me know
!!Will attach my COMODO crashdump and my last_session.ini from nLiteWhat I did with my install disk
RVMi some things to my disk (included logfile). After, I integrated XPize 4.7 + XPize Darkside (in 2 different sessions, since 1 session itself won't/ doesn't integrate both) with nLite. Then I followed with integrating WMP11 via Booogy's WMP11 slipstreamer. Then the final nLite session with major removals and integrations (last_session included).