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  1. Thanks. It's really helpful to hear someone else with the exact same issue and puts me on the right troubleshooting path. I'll have to retry the dump again. I do have another video card that I can add back in so it doesn't have to be headless but I want my good passthrough GPU in the x16 slot so I think it'll always be the primary. Wonder if there are other sources of vbios I could try other than techpowerup.
  2. Unfortunately, that combination didn't work. The second the drivers loaded I crashed. I wish I understood what would cause a conflict like this. Feels like I should go back to the vbios. Seems like a driver might freak out if it encountered the wrong vbios. Open to other theories though.
  3. Then yes. I did that. I also did a dump of my own rom too. However, I'm less confident about that working because after I did that dump, I upgraded the firmware on the card so it might be worthwhile to repeat that at some point. My instinct tells me that isn't the issue but what do I know? Speaking of vios, apparently my card has a switch on it that allows you to switch between two different ones. I've tried it with the switch both ways and it didn't matter but I wish I understood what that was doing. My latest plan is to try a new combination that I have not yet atte
  4. Hmm, I edited the techpowerup vbios to remove the "junk" on the top of it as per SpaceInvader One's instructions. Is that what you mean or is there an additional edit to be made?
  5. Uh oh, have I stumped everyone? I've seen mention of PCI shadowing or something like that in the VM XML. Can anyone tell me what that does and if it could be relevant?
  6. Well, I think I've exhausted every option, I need some help. Problem: The second I (or windows update) attempts to install Nvidia drivers my Windows 10 VM crashes, attempts to boot a few times and enters Automatic Recovery. I've seen a hundred of these threads, believe me, I've read them all. Here's what I have: Unraid 6.7.0 MSI x470 11/06/2018 Bios EVGA Geforce 1080 FTW Latest vbios Ryzen 2700x Other stuff. Booting UEFI (no passthrough works without UEFI booting. This has been a long battle so far. I've made slow progress.
  7. Anyone know how to change the default maximum import size? It says it's set at 100M but I can't find that in any config files to modify.
  8. Thanks! You got me on the right track.
  9. I feel like I'm 99% of the way to having this setup correctly but not quite there. Right now, all my downloads are stuck at 0.0% and 0 connections/peers/etc. Tracker status says connection refused typically. However, meta-data seems to download. The VPN is up and working (VPN enabled=yes) and I have access to the gui. I was able to connect to the container terminal docker -it.....yada yada. I can ping sites. A curl brings up an IP that is not my ISP provided IP. As I said, 99% of the way there but no downloads, no peers. I've given it days, tried more popular files, et
  10. In case it helps others....after reviewing the logs more closely, the code was looking in a sub-directory named "book" which did not exist. I created a directory in the appdata folder named book and poof, it started working.
  11. Really struggling to get this to work. When I do a library scan I receive exceptions: Unhandled exception in libraryScan: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/app/lazylibrarian/lazylibrarian/", line 633, in LibraryScan copyfile(coverimg, cacheimg) File "/usr/lib/python2.7/", line 83, in copyfile with open(dst, 'wb') as fdst: IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: u'/config/cache/book/19504931.jpg' At first, I figured it was a corrupt file or something so I deleted the author in question. It moved to the next author and fired a new exce
  12. Nextcloud is a fork of Owncloud right? I looked into owncloud and was concerned about large files sizes. Any trouble with that?
  13. I can't believe it but I've hit a brick wall with what seems to be a simple issue. I want to setup an easy and quick way to transfer files back and forth over the web with a friend. Now, I know FTP is the tried and true solution but I assumed something newer and better would have appeared by now to take it's place. Struggling to find such a solution. Requirements: Encrypted Decently fast (yes, I know the above requirement impacts that) Secure (FTP and SFTP don't have the best track record there) Easy, ideally the person on the other end doesn't need to possess any special skil
  14. Perhaps the wrong place to post this, if so please let me know where it should go. With Plex DVR (still in beta) they've added post-processing scripts for commercial detection and removal. Conceptually, I'm not sure how to use something like this in a docker environment. Would I need to create a VM with the comskip and ffmpeg or is something that could conceivably be incorporated into the container? I'm still new to the whole concept but I figure one of you has done some thinking on this front.
  15. Thanks, that's really helpful. Curious to hear if you noticed similar pauses when you performed those tests. Even with the pauses, the Sil3132 appears to be pretty close to where it's supposed to be but the ASM 1061 has something going on. I'm leaning toward my long sata cable...