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  1. sorry for the question... but how to change the bios within Unraid for the vm... it only gives me OVMF...
  2. Thanks a lot. I will give it a try and will post the results here. How did you manage to extract the vbios? Can you explain it to us here. A step by step how to could be useful, even for those who come will find this post here
  3. It is a headless system... there is no Mouse/keyboard or even a monitor.... Just SSH and web....I will give it a try with the monitor within the next days.. I have to completely remove the system. which is within a server rack... but not today anymore and with this I can go the latest bios as well
  4. Yeah that is right. i have a ASUS PRIME A520M-K. Unraid gives the following Infos: ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. PRIME A520M-K, Version Rev X.0x American Megatrends Inc., Version 1401 BIOS dated: Fri 04 Dec 2020 12:00:00 AM CET I know that there is a newer bios but I did not install it so far
  5. Thank you. I am just trying to get it to work with your bios... What I did so far... Set up a Win 10 VM which is working with VNC or with a AMD GPU. For the AMD GPU and the iGPU Part and their sound part are both bound to VFIO.. First tried the VNC --> Working with all resolutions tried my GPU with my extracted Vbios... working perfectly changed to AMD Renoir with your bios... first I got an error in the log file. Started it with no changes a second time... no Errors are shown.. and yeah Splashtop connects... windows login screen is coming up (ugly re
  6. I would really appreciate your APU Vbios for the 4650.. can you post it here of send it to me via PN... on which unraid version are you? Did you get it to passthrough for windows VM or even with macinabox? how did you manage to get it? I tried to use the tool of Spaceinvader one, but that did not work...
  7. 4650g doesn’t work so far. I added a AMD GPU... but that only works in windows so far
  8. Ok once again: here the solution: but as I told before: use the search function or click on my name, than you will see my posts...there is the solution... copied it for you here.... because me was helped as well here.. The problem is, that when you switch back from gpu to VNC add using the Macinabox helper script, the bus from the vnc is not set correctly. To fix it do the following: After switching back from Gpu to VNC and running the helper script, go to your vm setting of your vm and Open the XML view (right corner there is a switch Form view). scr
  9. I think I answered the question with the issue switching back to VNC several times here, when the display says: guest Display not initialized... the script changes the bus for the video in vnc the wrong way. You have to set it back manually in the xml after you run the script. if you want to know exactly how, please just use the search function within this forum please. I do not have it here now... Marc
  10. The problem is, that when you switch back from gpu to VNC add using the Macinabox helper script, the bus from the vnc is not set correctly. To fix it do the following: After switching back from Gpu to VNC and running the helper script, go to your vm setting of your vm and Open the XML view (right corner there is a switch Form view). scroll nearly to the end. You have to change the XML in this part: </graphics> <video> <model type='qxl' ram='65536' vram='65536' vgamem='16384' heads='1' primary='yes'/> <addres
  11. Hi maybe I can help you with returning to VNC.. does the VNC say that guest display is not initialized....? But I also having trouble enabling my amd gpu...
  12. Sorry about what? I mean in the Bios of my mainboard , I did not find any option to change between UEFI and legacy there in the bios. I think it is UEFI. Unraid is defintely in UEFI mode (checked it within the syslinux config).... just checked my Windows VM with it, still works fine with passthrough. May be we can find out there anything?? I also got the radeon software installed, may be we get some needful information there?? Would a dummy HDMI Plug help here? I was just wondering, because my windows VM was not accepting resolutions higher than 1600x1200
  13. I did not bother before about UEFI and legacy... so everything was set to UEFI when setting up. Unraid is already booting in UEFI Mode and in windows VM the GPU passthrough works. Should I switch to legacy, but how to do it........ IN the morning I had a quick look to my bios of the motherboard (ASUS) but I did not find anything to change there...
  14. Ok, did that at installed the debug version (replaced the files mentioned here https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Install-Guide/troubleshooting/debug.html and followed the instructions) finally I was able to create some log files. For comparison I created the 3 files: 1st: (VNC): I started up the VM with the standard config.plist without any changes (except the ones for the logging) 2nd(VNC with new config): I changed the config.plist while adding the part in Device Properties and booted up with this in VNC Mode 3rd (GPU with new config): I modified the VM (added GPU
  15. it's ok... I wasted many hours of your time...... and mine... but if I will not work I will give it up. I am trying to get from 0x0,0x0 to 0x5, 0x5 with all combinations and than I will stop it. I always have to wait for 60 sec to get the VM a chance to come up.. with vnc I get a response after 30 sec.. What do you mean with "f you can replace opencore files with that of a debug version and obtain a full log of a gpu failure maybe we will have some for info to evaluate.." I need a little help with it.. google was not so helpful. Otherwise may be you have su