0x8345000E in HyperV 2008 R2 Datacenter

Hi,
We have three  HyperV 2008 R2 datacenter server and they are in Cluster. recently some VM instants are going down frequently with I/O device error. These server is pinging but not accessible either remote or direct connect. I am getting
I/O offline device error when i logged the server directly. Kindly find the error as below and let me know the resolution for the same.
Error :-
'BLR-WIN-DEMO' failure in machine remoting system. Error: '%%2202337294' (0x8345000E). (Virtual machine ID FFA51950-4765-4FE7-ABF6-E4845F7C79CE)
blr-Mobi-gim-qa00.altimetrik.com' was reset because an unrecoverable error occurred on a virtual processor that caused a triple fault. If the problem persists, contact Product Support. (Virtual machine ID 0F74C679-37C7-4ADC-850F-5B3BAA0139C1)
blr-Mobi-M-Wiki-app.altimetrik.com': The Data Exchange integration service is either not enabled, not running or not initialized. (Virtual machine ID 9DC2611B-A4D7-41F5-901D-9930DAE3BCF9)

Hi Sir,
>>blr-Mobi-M-Wiki-app.altimetrik.com': The Data Exchange integration service is either not enabled, not running or not initialized. (Virtual machine ID 9DC2611B-A4D7-41F5-901D-9930DAE3BCF9)
According to the errror , please check if the integration services were installed on these VMs .
What is the OS of problematic VMs ?
>>I am getting I/O offline device error when i logged the server directly
If the VM is using pass-through disk , please try to unplug the pass-through disk and give it a normal vhd file for test .
Any further information please feel free to let us know.
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