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  1. did you also bind any USB connected to the videocard?
  2. You know VM dose not mean windows right? You can even make Pi-Os run on VM. Pi just runs Linux.
  3. What security are you talking to? Windows is way ahead of what it was 10 years ago as far as virus protection. But if you are that worried. Use a Linux VM. A raspberry PI, runs linux....
  4. The AMD bug should only happen on a force shutdown. What are you running as your processor? This was common problem with threadripper 1st gen/MSI motherboards. Try a bios update; check your IOMMU in bios and make sure its on. If both these don't work I recommend overriding the IOMMU Group to both --- Setting - VM settings -Advanced. Then remaking the VM.
  5. machine='pc-i440fx-5.1 /// switch to Q35 by making a whole new VM with the same settings and selecting Q35 prior to ever starting it; You get that PCI controller error when there is still PC-i440Fx setup in the XML. I'm not sure what motherboard you have but did you enable IMMOU in your bios? Something in your XML is off(missing) can you take a screenshot of your VM page
  6. Your XML is not showing up properly. Edit your PCIe ACS override to both(settings ->VM manger -> Advanced. Then re-add the video card. (if you are passing though your NVMEE/sate you will have to redo this passthrough also after changing this.
  7. Also this help me out because I have a super ultrawide monitor; when passing though a lower end dvi dummy. (This can break Windows it if you mess up) @hundsboog Drink any extra one for me buddy. @Zentachi I just wana know how you snagged that 3070.
  8. This is how mine looks on my gaming VM. Hope that makes you feel better. Let me know if you are still getting Error 43 after doing that.
  9. Um this is Normal. That's because a GPU is and Video and audio card. Depending on the card you may have to fix the Multi-function under the XML. It will look like this below when you are setting up your VM. Under sound card the the video card must be primary.
  10. You will need to use a dummy plug so the GPU stays active. I have searched for years to find something that would be able to trick the system into adding another virtual monitor, never had any luck. Something tells me you are trying todo something like the following below
  11. Windows have habit of trying to load the VNC drivers even though it now has the Nvida GPU: I recommend trying to install the Nvidia drivers though the VNC. After downloading and installing them; the install will stop about halfway giving error; saying like unsupported hardware. Shut down the VM and Re-anble the Nvidia GPU and boot up. Give it a little more time then normal and the drives should click on. After do the full install of the Nvidia drivers. There is another way of doing this but its even more of a pain let me know If that works.
  12. What override method are you trying? What controller is your Unraid USB on? Lets start with getting one controller working before turning on the second. When looking at your IOMMU group it should look similar to this Can you post your System Diagnostics This is telling me what ever controller you are trying to use has the unraid USB connect in someway
  13. First thing make sure you have IOMMU override turn on in your BIOS Second change your USB controller What do you currently have your PCIe ACS override set as. Go to Settings - VM - Manger - Advanced View: (try switching it to both- always had the most luck) and editing VFIO - Are you running Version: 6.9.0-rc2 of unraid? Edit the VFIO under -- Tools - System Devices and pass though the correct usb controller If you are not using 6.9.0-rc2 download the VFIO addon under Community Applications and add the USB controller this way
  14. I used Unraid as my main PC. I ended up removing any port fowarding I had on my router before to see if this helps.