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  1. @dlandon Thank you for this! Quick fix for something I use everyday
  2. Update: I can access the windows 10 VM reliably via splashtop but the resolution is terrible, maybe 800x600. I can see the 1080ti in device manager and it says Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43) Driver Version: 22.21.13.8476 Still no VM output to monitor
  3. I have attempted to put the 1080ti in Slot3 with the Geforce 210 in Slot1 but that doesn't make a difference to my "Can't boot with two GPU issue" neither GPU seems to be outputting video
  4. Hi Y'all, Very new to the community (23 days left on trial license) but UNRAID comes highly recommended from one of my Slack groups. My setup is as follows- Motherboard: Asus X99 DELUXE II CPU: Intel i7 6850K @ 3.6ghz RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x16GB DDR4 3200Mhz GPU: GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GAMING OC-11G (For Pass-through) GPU2: EVGA GeForce 210 1G (Thought this might be necessary for UNRAID console) HDD: Seagate 10TB Ironwolf NVME: Samsung 960 EVO 1TB PWR: EVGA Supernova 850W G2 My issue is with the dual graphics configuration and successfully passing the 1080ti to Windows 10 VM. When both cards are installed the system will not post and I get no video output from either of the cards via HDMI or DVI. I say it will not post because if it did I would assume that it would continue to UNRAID and I should be able to access the WebUI but that is not the case. When only the 1080ti is installed I can access the BIOS as well as UNRAID will launch. When I start the VM the screen will go black and eventually enter power save mode (no input) The VM is available through Splashtop but resolution is locked to 680x540 or something awful like that. The 1080ti is recognized in device manager but when I attempt to install the latest driver either via GeForce experiance or properties. Installation goes "successfully" but the driver install requires a restart that the VM never really accomplishes (mostly shuts down and never comes back up) So when I finally turn the VM back on, nothing has changed/installed. I'm not really sure where to go from here...