You're running a XEN kernel there, which would be for virtualising within Redhat itself. I don't know if it will absolutely fix the problems, but I'd definitely remove the XEN kernel, pick a normal kernel, maybe also a non-PAE one - i.e. a completely "normal" one and try again. Xen kernels certainly fiddle about a fair bit under the hood for the magic they do, and i'd not be suprised if it chokes because the extensions it's after aren't present in the hardware resources being provided by virtual pc.
Last edited by acid_kewpie; 08-08-2009 at 05:19 AM.