Error during a paging operation on HyperV guest OS

I started getting this error on the Guest OS.
* Source: Disk
* Event Log: System
* Type: Warning Event
* Event ID: 51
* An error was detected on device \Device\Harddisk0\DR0 during a paging operation.

The HyperV host does not show any errors in any event logs.

Windows guest operating systems that are using virtual disks on non-local datastores might experience unexpected blue screens.

This problem occurs when the responses from the storage array take longer than the guest operating system expects to wait. The default disk timeout period in Windows is too short to handle the longer delays that can occur in a SAN, NFS, or iSCSI environment, and a blue screen error is the result of exceeding this timeout.

Increase the disk timeout to 60 seconds in the Windows virtual machines by editing the Windows registry as described below:

1. In the registry, go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/System/CurrentControlSet/Services/Disk.
2. Click Edit/Add value.
3. Set the value name to TimeOutValue.
4. Set the data type to REG_DWORD.
5. Set the data to 0x03c hex (or 60 decimal).
6. Reboot the virtual machine.


* Contact your Storage vendor to confirm whether a specific TimeOutValue setting has been identified for your particular environment.
* Increasing this disk timeout setting does not affect the performance of the guest operating system or virtual machine under normal operating conditions, but you must verify how the applications you are running in the guest operating system handle disk access delays.