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  1. It's working. Some strange keyboard issue [emoji28] Sent from my SM-G970F using Tapatalk
  2. People on Discord suggest its now possible.. but isnt for me! 6.9.2
  3. I removed RX5700 and put a GT740 in.... zero issues with any reboots etc. I was doing it to try to confirm the BIOS wasnt at fault or my config. I am now pretty sure its either the FLR patch that is at fault OR my Powercolor RX5700 is not same as other RX5700s. I have tried non Powercolor BIOS rom in config and no difference.... I guess my unRAID VMs are gonna have to be done using 2 x GT740s
  4. @snolly Does your Rx5700 survive Vm reboots? Presumably you are using the ICH777 docker to rebuild kernel for FLR reset etc ??
  5. @Skaterscare Go look into ICH777 Kernel Helper docker.. Will build kernel for you... and LMK if you can pass (and reboot) that RX5700 afterward - I can't!
  6. @Formal with ICH777 docker built kernel for FLR reset for AMD cards? Still working... Looking for help!!!!
  7. @Gixy are you using ICH777 kernel builder and RX5700 as primary and CAN reset it? I'm stumped, totally and desperate now
  8. @Skitals so far you are one of the few I find who have got it working. Would you be able to help the rest of us out somehow? Iv'e tried MANY permutations over last week Mainboard X570 Taichi - what have U got and BIOS version (might be AGESA related) BIOS - not UEFI (but tried that too) - AER, IOMMU, ACS settings Stubbings - tried NOT stubbing GPUs (as per SIO latest video) and stubbing, stub 2 USB controllers and related AMD device, plus NVME for passthrough GPUs - Primary RX5700 with Rom (tried appx 20 diff roms now), Secondary Nvidia GT740 (not used but will be on
  9. @happythatsme Doesnt sound to me like its working if you have the FLR reset bug still... Pretty much ANY config i try works for first boot but all fail after restart of VMs @grizzle what about yours? I wanna see if anyone has RX5700 working
  10. @thisisnotdave or @happythatsme did either of you solve? I've tried asking on gnif's github repo as I have same issue... works on fresh boot but not if VM rebooted. It has to be the FLR again
  11. Here's my IOMMU when I DONT use any ACS patches - I see at bottom both GPUS (Nvidia in one group, AMD in two) but BOTH audio sections dont show FLR enabled and at top the pair of USB controllers we normally have to pass (allegedly other one doesnt like being passed) one of which doesnt show FLR enabled. I wonder if the BIOS is borked? I'm clutching at straws
  12. Hi, thanks for any help here I have efifb:off but not vesafb - is that needed? No, no unsafe interrupts I have tried with and without acs_override... no difference Not tried Linux (will later) but also tried i440FX instead of Q35 (with existing NVME so wasnt likely to work) - worse Checked my logs and interesting here ErrorWarningSystemArrayLogin -mon chardev=charmonitor,id=monitor,mode=control \ -rtc base=localtime \ -no-hpet \ -no-shutdown \ -boot strict=on \ -device pcie-root-port,port=0x8,chassis=1,id=pci.1,bus=pcie.0,multifunction
  13. I am running 6.9.2 and built the kernel for Gnif's FLR patch. Backed up files. Copied the new files over the old ones and rebooted. My Win10 VM boots fine on a fresh boot but any restart causes me to lose the VM and display. I have a Powercolor Red Dragon RX5700, primary card stubbed, efifb=off and amd_iommu=on in syslinux config and pass through with GPU Rom included. I have another GPU for 2nd VMs but not used it yet. Any ideas where I am going wrong, please?
  14. Not having used unRAID for 18 m... do I need to edit the syslinux config to add "amd_iommu=on" still or not? I have no idea but I thought unRAID did most of the syslinux edits now ???! EDIT: 10 days and no replies - nevermind... found by trial/error.