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I have VM running with following configurations:

RAM : 1000MB
Video Memory : 128MB
Enabled : 3D accleration
Guest OS : Ubuntu 13.10 (guest additions)

However my ubuntu is not working fine. I login VirtualBox crashes.

If I decrease RAM to 512MB, I get login loops. Over 1.5GB Virtual box always crashes.

Host System spects :

Intel core i5 @ 2.4GHz quad core,
6GB RAM,
1.6GB Intel HD Graphic 3000,
Windows 7 Home Premium x64

Please tell me what to do.

Thanks

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  • Thanks for reply..... here are my system spects : Intel core i5 @ 2..4GHz quad core, 6GB RAM, 1.6GB Intel HD Graphic 3000, Windows 7 Home Premium x64 – Rajxelton Dec 16 '13 at 19:14
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This is a short guide on what to do first when a fresh Ubuntu installation crashes in Virtual Box:

  • Make sure you had enabled VT-x/AMD-V in BIOS.
  • Leave some CPU power for the host (if all cores were assigned, define an execution cap).
  • Leave enough RAM for the host OS (how much depends on the OS and applications running).
  • Install the guest additions.
  • Update your guest Ubuntu for bugfixes:

    1. Boot Ubuntu to the login screen.
    2. Press HOST + F1 for a terminal.
      (alternatively to 1.- 2. we may also boot to a root shell with networking. Then no sudo is needed for commands below)
    3. Type the following commands:

      sudo apt-get update
      sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
      
    4. Enter your password (nothing is displayed!).

    5. Answer Y to download and install updates & bugfixes.
    6. After done type reboot.

    7. In case dkms Install dkms was not installed in the guest we will have to re-install the guest additions.

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I had the same problem, and was able to solve it by disabling 3D acceleration for the VirtualBox guest.

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