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  1. Hi, I've come back from a holiday and I've found that my Windows 10 VM is refusing to start. - It was in lock mode. The error is: I've searched the logs but I'm not really sure what I'm looking for? Thanks for your help :)
  2. I meant display port, but, neither produce sound
  3. How do I do/check this? Thanks
  4. I thought I was through the HDMII, but, it produces no sound? How do I check? I've tested the monitor with the same HDMI cable using a PS4 and the sound played fine :)
  5. Sorry for the delay. Everything is going through the video card via HDMI. - A MSI Armor Radeon RX570 Thanks, for your help!
  6. Hi, I created a Windows 10 VM last month, but, I cannot get the sound to work. I've installed all drivers and tested the speakers on a separate system and work fine. What am I missing? I also have a blue-ray drive that I can't seem to link/get working? Any/all help is appreciated? Also: What's the best/easiest way to auto-backup unRAID and the VM? Thanks!
  7. Hi, I'm having a major issue! While working I was disconnected from the internet on my Windows 10 VM. I rebooted the VM from within the VM and still no internet. I checked the network connections and it states 'unidentified network'. I checked the ipconfig settings through Command Prompt and it states there is no default gateway! I have tried accessing the web GUI from the VM and from a laptop but obviously, I can't access it. Any ideas on how to solve this major problem? Thanks!
  8. Thanks, for your help! How can I prevent the VM from sleeping?
  9. I've watched @SpaceInvaderOne's Youtube videos (thanks btw) for installing a Windows 10 VM and I don't see the multi-tick boxes for the 'Logical CPUs'. What am I doing wrong? - The VM is for an Office/gaming machine. - I will another 8GB Windows 10 VM after to test software at a later date. Screenshot below/attached: Thank you for your help
  10. VM etc is all working now but when it rebooted it went to 'Automatic Repair' and Windows 10 doesn't want to start. The only difference is the increased RAM - from 8GB to 16GB. The server has 32GB now. All working! All I need to do is create a backup ISO.
  11. Thanks, for responding! I'm following SpaceInvader One's guide to setup my Windows 10 VM but I cannot figure out how to display Windows 10 on the connected screen without a graphics card.  Is it possible? If so, how, what am I missing??