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  1. I actually found the same info vie some google search but I didn't know where I could change that data though. Thanks!
  2. Product ID 061-70033 could not be found. I got the same issue. 😭
  3. Sooo, I tried it again. i did the following: Made sure the igpu is primary in the main bios Clean install of win10 In the VM made sure that HT is off Machine is set to Q35.25 Only attach vnc once everything is up and activated i wen and shut down the vm from the vm. While it is off, I updated the gpu to use the GTX. Powered up the vm and windows installed a driver then it asked me to restart. After restart, it was detecting the card without the code. Then i installed the newest driver found on the nvidia site. With vm working correctly, i tackled the remote streaming wi
  4. I have done that also. I verified that my mobo is using the iGPU as primary also. I connected a monitor to the gpu to see if I can get anything but I just get the black screen. RDP work like a charm but with code 43 for the display driver.
  5. OK so I reinstalled wind 10 pro again. I did switch it to Q35 2.5. Still no luck though. I do have it pointing to a rom for the card too. Im rally starting to run out ideas.
  6. I tried trying to get this working over the weekend without any success on getting rid of the Code 43. My main goal is to get Nvidia streaming to work so that I can use moonlight for some lite gaming (Age of empires) with Steam. I dont have a monitor connected to this computer so i'm wondering if that is an issue.
  7. My MB does use the iGPU. i7 4771 has the iGPU vs the "K" version. I've been using the integrated this whole time until I decided to get the GTX installed. I just finished updating to 6.2.4. It actually went smoothly but I have not fully checked everything. Here is the System Diagnostic file for the PCI items and IOMMU_GROUP. I dont know if i need to attached another file but I thought this is what you guys might need. lspci 00:00.0 Host bridge [0600]: Intel Corporation 4th Gen Core Processor DRAM Controller [8086:0c00] (rev 06) Subsystem: ASRock Incorporation 4th Gen Core P
  8. :( :'( :'( So i've been trying to get this working for a while now (multiple days and nights). I've looked everywhere and tried possible combos. I have an ITX board with an i7 4771 and an EVGA GTX 780. The card is found in device manager but im getting the Code 43 error. I've tried different bios and reinstall of driver and OS. Any tip welcome. My main goal is to setup Nvidia home stream with Moonlight on this VM. I cant run the nvidia software since it is stuck at the driver install/detection. <domain type='kvm' id='45'> <name>Game-VM</name> <uuid>f1071
  9. Damn....i ended up messing up my vm. Im doing a clean install of win 10 .
  10. I tried the following items but im also getting the code 43 issue. I have an i7 4771 and a GTX 780. Here is my xml. <domain type='kvm' id='26'> <name>STEAM-OS</name> <uuid>e4953100-4ce2-0189-39a6-aa9aa1b2e2fb</uuid> <metadata> <vmtemplate xmlns="unraid" name="Windows 10" icon="windows.png" os="windows10"/> </metadata> <memory unit='KiB'>2621440</memory> <currentMemory unit='KiB'>2621440</currentMemory> <memoryBacking> <nosharepages/> <locked/> </memoryBacking>
  11. Found some info about this. It turns out that Win10 increased their security that Guacaomole didnt support. Here is the source i found. http://boreditguy.com/blog/?p=3784 It turns out that changing the security on the WIN10 regedit fixed the connection. [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\WinStations\RDP-Tcp] “SecurityLayer”=dword:00000001 This worked for me. Now the other issue im having is file transfer doesnt seem to work and audio doesnt work. Those two items works perfectly with M$ RDP. Any input would be nice Thanks
  12. I am in exactly the same boat as you are, can't connect via RDP. I have also RealVNC Server installed on my PC but I cannot connect to that either via VNC with Guacamole... I believe this is outdated but I don't know. Sadly I dont think we will find a solution for this. I've tried all the possible different port and VNC didnt work for me either.
  13. Soo i've spent many days trying to get Guacamole RDP working for me without any luck. Im able to install the docker correctly and im able to create accounts from the web ui. Im also able to create connections but every time i connect to a VM machine it doesn't work. I can use regular M$ RDP client from a windows machine and remote into the VM station without any issues. I've use the same host name from M$ RDP to Guac and im getting a connection error. What am I missing? :'( :'( :'(