Hmmm yeah I know if I can get to safe mode or recovery console I could go that route. It BSOD before that point. The KVM's are part of the companies image they created. Which get installed via an .img file. There are no disks. So if I am helping out a remote user just curious what their options are. Something tells me they may be SOL. Unless they create their own boot cd's.
Sorry my company calls them KVM's got use to it, stands for Kernel-based Virtual Machine.
I found this as well. I check to see if I have any of these type of options.
To repair a virtual machine that is in a Failed state
In Virtual Machines view, in the navigation pane, navigate to the host on which the virtual machine is deployed.
To view only virtual machines with Failed status, in Filters, expand Status, and then click Failed.
In the results pane, select the virtual machine you want to repair.
To get information about the failure:
In the details pane, click Latest Job to view a summary of the most recent job run on the virtual machine.
To get additional information about the failure, display Jobs view, and review the details of recent jobs run on the virtual machine. For more information, see How to Monitor Jobs.
In the Actions pane, under Virtual Machine, click Repair virtual machine.
In the Repair Virtual Machine dialog box, select the appropriate option:
Click Retry to restart the job that caused the virtual machine to fail.
Click Undo to return the virtual machine to its previous state before the job that caused it to fail.
Click Ignore to refresh the metadata for the virtual machine and update its status if you fixed the issue that caused the virtual machine to fail outside Virtual Machine Manager. For example, you might have copied a missing virtual hard disk file to the appropriate folder.
Last edited by Viper9; 07-03-2012 at 06:07 PM.