Intel HAXM causes BSOD in Windows 8.1

107 posts / 0 new
Last post
For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.

@Bill

Please provide full kernel dump.

Btw, I cannot see register context in your post.I am interesting in rbp-8 content.

I can see register rbp-8 content and I suppose that argument probably located at rbp-8 caused access violation error.I think that vmxon is dereferencing a bad pointer to VMCS structure.

Any response from Intel engineers?

Bill-

We have an updated version of HAXM coming very soon (this week, hopefully). I'd like to have you try it and see if you're still experiencing this crash. I can provide it to you under an engineering license (where you basically promise not to redistribute it). If you're interested, please send me a Private Message with an email address that can receive attachments (~3mb in size). Thanks!

This no longer causes BSOD, however, none of the Intel x86 Android emulators will run without crashing.  The ARM emulators work fine.  I have followed this thread and done the following:

Ensure all options for VT enabled in the BIOS
Installed the latest HAXM released as discussed here
Downloaded/Updated Android SDK ensuring that I have the latest API releases from 15 - 21

My configuration is:
Windows 8.1 Enterprise
64bit OS
x64 Processor
i7-3667U
RAM: 8GB
Hyper-V is enabled
 

Scenario:
Starting any Android Intel (x86) based Emulator with or without Host GPU on fails/crashes upon start when the emulator says Android.
This is hindering progression being made on projects.  Please advise.   

 

@Bill T. how to you run a windows OS on macbook, It is a waste of resources.

You will should to use the mac os x.

JudLup Luna

Pages

Leave a Comment

Please sign in to add a comment. Not a member? Join today