Xen trace buffers: Disabled

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I am running VirtualBox and installed Fedora Core 2.6.18-128668.fc6xen.
The host machine has these specs:
Windows Vista Ultimate 64bit
Intel Core2 Quad Core CPU Q8300 @ 2.50ghz



General

Name:


Terminal Server

OS Type:


Fedora

 


System

Base Memory:


2500 MB

Processor(s):


1

Boot Order:


Floppy, CD/DVD-ROM, Hard Disk, Network

VT-x/AMD-V:


Enabled

Nested Paging:


Disabled

 


Display

Video Memory:


128 MB

3D Acceleration:


Enabled

Remote Display Server Port:


4000

 


Hard Disks

IDE Primary Master:


termserv.vdi (Normal, 50.00 GB)

 


CD/DVD-ROM

Host Drive:


E:

 


Floppy

Not mounted



 


Audio

Host Driver:


Windows DirectSound

Controller:


ICH AC97

 


Network

Adapter 1:


PCnet-FAST III (Bridged adapter, Intel(R) 82566DC-2 Gigabit Network Connection)


The first time I booted it up it gets all the way to "(XEN) Xen trace buffers: Disabled". After that point it gets hung up.
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