If you’re using LDPlayer on your Windows 8 or Windows 10 computer and the error code: g_bGuestPoweroff fastpipeapi.cpp:1161/1153 pops up during the loading of the software, you will fail to launch your virtual Android device and it stops at 50%. But no worries, this tutorial will help you fix the g_bGuestPoweroff error.
If you just normally fail to launch LDPlayer, it is possible that you haven’t enabled Virtualization Technology (VT), a technology that would greatly increase the performance of virtual machine. The first thing you need to do is make sure you’ve enabled VT on your computer.
However, the error of g_bGuestPoweroff may also pop up after you’ve enabled the VT. The error is probably caused by the conflicts between the emulator and your Windows Server Virtualization - Hyper-v, Virtual Machine Platform, Windows Sandbox, and Windows Hypervisor Platform. Having those Windows features turned on will prevent LDPlayer from utilizing the VT. Thus, you need to shut them down.
Solutions to Fix g_bGuestPoweroff fastpipeapi.cpp: 1161/1153 Error
Step 1: Enter your Windows Features
Step 2. Disable Hyper-V
Step 3. Disable Virtual Machine Platform
Step 4. Disable Windows Hypervisor Platform
Step 5. Disable Windows Sandbox
Step 6. Run a command prompt as administrator
Step 7. Enter and operate the code: bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off until the operation completed successfully
Step 8. Go to Windows Security and click Core isolation details from Device security
Step 9. Turn off Memory integrity and restart your PC to apply the changes
Hope the solutions above will help you solve the g_bGuestPoweroff fastpipeapi.cpp: 1161/1153 error. If you have any other problems with LDPlayer, please feel free to contact us on Facebook.