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Re: [libvirt] Windows VM doesn't start as Linux one does



Daniel P. Berrange a écrit :
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The most likely problem here is that the libvirt args have acpi turned
off. Add the '<acpi/>'  element within <features> in the libvirt XML.
That should get rid of the '-no-acpi' flag libvirt added.

Yes, that did the trick, thanks!

One more likely problem here is the different of 'cirrus' vs 'std'.
Windows hates having its graphics card changed behind its back :-)
Try changing the libvirt XML for <video> to 'vga' instead of 'cirrus'.
That will make libvirt spawn QEMU with '-vga std' which matches your
script.

Done, Windows will now like his new graphic card ;-)

--
Daniel


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