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This past weekend I was invoking my disaster recovery plan for a system of mine and I went to boot the .iso to run the restore (CA ArcServ D2D Bootkit) and I kept on getting this error. Under the gun of pressure as the production hours quickly approached I had to figure it out.
*** STOP: 0x0000005D (0x000000000FABBBFF, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000,0x0000000000000000)
Of course this is extremely frustrating when in a DR situation. So here is the quick, and simple answer.
This error occurs when you have the machine you’ve created in VMWare set to a 32-bit architecture, while attempting to boot into a 64-bit environment. Power down your VM, edit the settings like shown below to x64 and you’ll be all set!
Now you’ll be able to boot up with no issues at all. I hope I’ve made your day at least a little bit easier!