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Download VirtualBox 4.3.4 Build 91017

VirtualBox 4.3.4 Build 91017

  -  112.9 MB  -  Open Source

Sometimes latest versions of the software can cause issues when installed on older devices or devices running an older version of the operating system. Software makers usually fix these issues but it can take them some time. What you can do in the meantime is to download and install an older version of VirtualBox 4.3.4 Build 91017.

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What's new in this version:

- VMM: fix for a bug in the Local APIC emulation causing a BSOD when booting certain guests (4.3.0 regression)
- VMM: fixed loading of saved states if VT-x/AMD-V was disabled (4.3.2 regression)
- VMM: fixed single-stepping inside the guest for certain instructions (VT-x only)
- VMM: fixed a performance issue involving APIC accesses after rebooting a VM (4.3.0 re-gression; VT-x only)
- VMM: fixed TPR patching to be enabled for 32-bit guests even when the chosen guest type is 64-bit (4.3.0 regression; AMD-V only)
- VMM: fixed occassional VINF_EM_TRIPLE_FAULT errors on hosts without the unrestricted guest execution feature
- GUI: don’t bother the user with the BPP warning if no Guest Additions are installed
- GUI: fixed machine-window paint artifacts on VM reboot / guest-screen resize
- GUI: make sure the assigned license and description are attached to the exported appliance
- GUI: fixed bugs in close VM action restrictions handling
- GUI: fixed incorrect wizards text colors for some unusual look and feel styles
- GUI: should restore seamless mode as soon as possible after VM reboot or shutdown
- GUI: fixes for medium enumeration
- Host-only Networking: fixed creating of host-only network interfaces (4.3.0 regression)
- NAT: don’t run into an infinite loop in case the host cannot access any DNS server (4.3.0 regression)
- NAT: don’t re-connect the cable if the DNS information changes and the cable was disconnected before (4.3.0 regression)
- NAT: fixed several issues with automatically starting / terminating of NAT networks on VM start / stop and configuration changes VBoxNetDHCP: don’t block prevent VBoxSVC from terminating
- 2D Video acceleration: fix crashes on presentation mode switches
- BusLogic: allow to run VMs with more than one BusLogic SCSI controller enabled
- Keyboard: fixed a VM crash if a VM was resumed from a saved state where at least one key was pressed
- VBoxSVC: fixed a heap corruption under certain conditions (4.3.0 regression)
- VBoxSVC: fixed a race leading to a hang during initialization
- OVF: fixed import logic for OVF appliances containing multiple VMs
- OVF: improved logic for finding an appropriate image format during OVF import
- API: block the removal of the current snapshot if it has child snapshots (only relevant for VMs without snapshottable hard disks, their presence always prevented removal), which resulted in VM config corruption
- API: mark VM configs with snapshots but without current snapshot as inaccessible, as this combination is nonsense
- API: fixed information for some automatically generated events (only with XPCOM, Windows host was not affected), which caused errors when getting some of the attributes over the webservice
- SDK: extended the functionality coverage for the C bindings
- Guest Control: various bugfixes and improved VBoxManage help
- Windows hosts: another attempt to fix the massive DPC latency
- Windows host installer: make registering file extensions optional, contributed by Tal Aloni
- Guest Additions/3D: fixed an occasional dead-lock
- Windows Additions/3D: fixed possible memory leaking
- Windows Additions/XPDM: use separate tables containing valid video modes for each virtual monitor
- Windows Additions: fixed automatic logins for Vista and newer Windows guests

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