I cannot login to my Virtual Machine migrated from my PC
Windows crashes with Blue screen of Death
STOP 0x7B or System Repair screen
- Launch Parallels Desktop but do not start your migrated Virtual machine or stop it if it is running.
Open your Virtual Machine's Configuration -> Hardware -> Boot Order and add the following string into the Boot flags field:
also check "Select boot device on startup" checkbox
Start your Virtual Machine,
click into the Virtual Machine window,
press Esc and choose the SATA drive as boot device (usually "2")
then immediately press F8 repeatedly to get to Advanced Boot Options screen.
Choose "Repair Your Computer"
In System Recovery Options click on "Command Prompt"
Using the Command Prompt switch to
switch to main Windows boot drive
Note: in some cases the actual "Windows boot drive" may be
D:or some other letter depending on your particular setting. To check whether the drive you switched to contains
WINDOWSfolder type in:
and press Return, the output should be similar to
once you verified you are on the correct drive, type in:
Load the SYSTEM registry hive:
reg load hklm\fix_SYSTEM SYSTEM
Launch Registry editor to make necessary changes:
press Return, Registry Editor will start.
Find the following registry branches:
in every path find key 'Start' and change it to '0'
Repeat step 9 for the following branches:
Once it is done close Registry Editor
Return to Command Prompt and unload the SYSTEM hive:
reg unload hklm\fix_SYSTEM
- Restart your Virtual Machine
Please see the full Command prompt output for reference:
Windows boot disk drivers are not configured properly in System Registry.