self compiled driver issue

chcgp

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Mar 4, 2017
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Hi,

I think I have successfully compiled dbk64.sys driver by using WDK 7600.16385.1. I used the source code of CE 6.5.1. Now the problem is that I got error message "i don't know what you did, you didn't crash, but you also didn't load DBVM". I am afraid it is because vmdisk.img and vmdisk.img.sig were missing. How to generate those files, please advise!

Thanks
 

Eric

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Mar 2, 2017
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copy it from the cheatengine release or compile dbvm (i use linux and yasm/nasm for that)
 

chcgp

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Mar 4, 2017
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So I need to install CE 6.5.1 then copy over the files?
 

Eric

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yes.
(or compile dbvm manually if you have a linux setup)
 

chcgp

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Mar 4, 2017
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This is what I did. I installed CE 6.5.1, copied both vmdisk files to my self compiled CE folder. Now I get error "Could not launch DBVM: The Intel-VT feature has been disabled in your BIOS ".

My OS is win7. I don't see Hyper-V in "turn windows features on or off" list. What would be the issue?

I feel the driver is loaded successfully because the released CE 6.5.1 shows "your system is running DBVM version 9".
 

Eric

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Mar 2, 2017
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compile cheat engine in release mode
make sure you're not inside a virtual machine
reboot
 

chcgp

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Mar 4, 2017
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Problem solved by changing to release mode. Thank you!