BSOD on 2016 server after changing CPU from KVM64 to HOST


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Apr 9, 2019
Is there any way to make windows boot after changing the CPU type?
it's dell PowerEdge R810 with FOUR Xeon E7540
pve-manager/6.1-7/13e58d5e (running kernel: 5.3.10-1-pve)

What i have found!
BSOD is causing radmin
Installed radmin (3.5/3.5.1/3.5.2 versions) causing BSOD on windows 2016 server if CPU is HOST.
No BSOD if CPU is KVM64.
Maybe that will be usefull..
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