VirtualBox 4.3.18.96516 - 10 TP Compatibility?

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    VirtualBox 4.3.18.96516 - 10 TP Compatibility?


    Anyone had chance to test the guest additions on the latest release of VirtualBox (VirtualBox 4.3.18.96516)?

    See highlighted line in the change log below



    # The following items were fixed and/or added:
    - VMM: fixed a potential misbehavior after restoring the A20 state from a saved state
    - GUI: fixed full-screen mode mini-toolbar related regressions for different platforms and window managers
    - GUI: X11: fixed full-screen mode Unity panels quirk caused by mini-toolbar code changes in last release
    - GUI: X11: added possibility to use legacy full-screen mode as the new one can cause multi-screen issues under Unity, see the manual for more information
    - GUI: Mac OS X: fixed full-screen mode artifact causing black screen when 3D acceleration was enabled on 10.10 Yosemite hosts
    - GUI: Mac OS X: fixed regression in user-space swiping from/to VBox in full-screen mode
    - GUI: Mac OS X: fixed issue with switching to VBox in full-screen mode through Alt+Tab and Mission Control
    - Storage: fixed data corruption when resizing huge VHD images under certain circumstances
    - Storage: fixed a rare hang during startup when the BIOS enumerates the storage devices attached to the SATA controller
    - Storage: follow the spec with AHCI interrupt acknowledge
    - Storage: fixed broken iSCSI authentication
    - NAT Network: properly parse port forwarding rules to allow UDP rules
    - USB: fixed a crash on Linux hosts with older Linux kernels and several other fixes
    - ACPI: fixed ACPI timer anomalies
    - Guest Control: fixed a memory leak
    - Main: when removing a VM, do also remove the VBoxStartup.log file which might exist on Windows hosts
    - Windows hosts: fixed more startup problems on certain Windows hosts due to conflicts with anti-virus software; better error reporting
    - Windows hosts: propagate the process startup information to the child process
    - Mac OS X hosts: don't force using the discrete GPU
    - Windows Additions: some Windows 10 tweaks
    - X11 guests: fix a bug handling video driver display properties which prevented GNOME Shell on Fedora 21 from starting
    - Linux hosts / guests: fixed a few remaining warnings in the kernel log if memory allocation fails
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    I have just tested this after getting in from work and after upgrading to the latest version of Virtual Box and Guest additions it now runs a lot smoother but still don't get the resolution i would like (1920 x 1080), i can only get 1152 x 864
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    I can install W10 itself OK, but when I tried to install the Guest Additions, it crashed out just after a message on installing the "WDDM drivers for Windows 8 or newer".

    It's possible I'm doing something wrong though.
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    Have you got the latest version of VirtualBox?

    Another thing to try is Enable 3D Acceleration and give the VM more Video Memory, i put mine up to 256mb and it seemed to help.
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    JDobbsy1987 said:
    Have you got the latest version of VirtualBox?
    Yes - I was using 4.3.18
    JDobbsy1987 said:
    Another thing to try is Enable 3D Acceleration and give the VM more Video Memory, i put mine up to 256mb and it seemed to help.
    Ah! That seems to have fixed it!
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  6. JDobbsy1987's Avatar
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    DavidY said:
    Yes - I was using 4.3.18
    Ah! That seems to have fixed it!
    Glad that helped!
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