0x0000008e isn't always bad RAM, it could be a bad driver or some
other software problem. The first thing I'd try is to uninstall the
VM additions and reinstall them. It's possible one of those drivers
got messed up.
On Mon, 8 Dec 2008 10:26:04 -0800, MrMike
>Host Machine Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise SP1
>I am running Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1.
>Hosting 7 Guest Virtual Machines.
>-3 are running Windows Server 2003
>-2 are running XP
>-1 is running 98
>I am getting a BSOD (about once every couple weeks) on one of my 2003 guest
>machines. This machine hosts windows Terminal Server with about 20 licenses.
> We usually have about 10 to 15 people on simultaneously.
>The error code (0x0000008e) indicates bad memory. Memtest when run on the
>host OS comes out clean. For the "just in case" factor, I've replaced the
>memory on the host machine, but will still get this BSOD.
>Thanks in advance.