How to Fix Hyper-V Error Stop 0x00000101 CLOCK WATCH DOG TIMEOUT

How to Fix Hyper-V Error Stop 0x00000101 CLOCK WATCH DOG TIMEOUT

For  solutions to common issues that people run into with Hyper-V, see Hyper-V: Gotchas.  

On Hyper-V systems which have an Intel Xeon 5500 processor, or clients from the Intel Core-i processor series, you receive the error Stop 0x00000101 on systems.

This issue is actually caused by a bug (or in Intel terms “erratum”) that causes these processors to generate spurious interrupts.  You can read about this in the latest Intel documentation for this process series: http://www.intel.com/assets/pdf/specupdate/321324.pdf. To fix this: Install hotfix KB975530. 

For the list of hotfixes and updates for Hyper-V 2008 R2, see Hyper-V: Update List for Windows Server 2008 R2. 


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  • I had seen this error.

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