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  1. Just a two cents update on my previous post that did not found too much help. After some tinkering I gave up the igd install in the windows 8.1 VM. Recently I had install the same set-up with win10, and it worked like a charm out of the box. So maybe some driver glitches in the 8.1 version??? Cheers!
  2. Hey there, Just posting my two cents as I was blocked for quite sometime to connect with ControlR. Password with special characters will have a tendancy to mess around (":"";" or other"$"). When switching for testing to only alphanumeric characters, it worked like a charm. I am still wondering what my next choice is, stay alphanumeric and a longer password or ditch ControlR app. Any thoughts on where does it came from or if it is something that could be fixed? Bests, Ty
  3. Hey it might be a stupid question but I cannot find the answer in the forum so here it is. I have Unraid 6.6.6 up and running with several VMs that are also configured, and in particular I have a Win 8.1 VM that I am using as an office computer. My issue is that every time that I want to plug a usb key I have to go to the VM setting, add it to passthrough, and after going back to the interface and removing it. (If i don't remove it, then when I unplugged and replug it it does not work properly..) So my two cents question is: Is there a user friendly/easy way to do that? I have foreseen three different solution. 1) Find a way to passthrough everything that is plugged to one specific USB port. I would love to dedicate the two front panel port to the VM, but I am not sure taht it is even an option. 2) Passthrough an entire usb controller. the issue is that when doing an "lspci" command... I appear to have only one controller (and I cannot pass the unraid key!) 3) Find a way to have a one click script that I could write in order to have an automatic "mount/unmount" button. I probably would have to write one dedicated to each key, but thats fine as I have one drive and one key that I am really using on a daily basis... The issue is that I have no clues to how to do that, if anyone can direct me to some documentation that would be welcome. Thanks for the help,
  4. Hello there, I am very new to unraid (nice piece of software btw) and I came accross a issue that is ruining my plan. I am posting a new topic as I got lost in my research to try to solve it, and I didn't find so far any solution. My issue: I have installed a VM with windows 8.1 on unraid and manage to get it up and running (with CPU, integrated GPU passthrough and audio passthrough), but I can't figure how to get audio through the HDMI and have it on my TV. What I have identified so far: In windows I do see two audio device but it claims that nothing is plugged in. Looking for the video card, I found that Windows is labeling it as "Basic Graphic display". I did check vendor and device ID and they are correct, so I assumed that the passthrough step is working fine. When I tried to install the driver (from the Asrock or from intel) the installation says that the system does not meet requirements. I looked for the MSI fix, but the Basic Display does not have that option at all, I would have to install the drivers first. Any idea on what to do? Soft/Hardware: MB Asrock H110-ITX CPU intel G4560 with iGPU 610 HD 4 SATA HD Unraid 6.6.5 VM Settings: ACS enable CPU passthrough i440fx-3.0 (I tried other machine with success Q35 does not work) SeaBIOS (OVMF was not working for whatever reason) Hyper-V yes (No does not change behavior) Video passthrough (iGPU is my only GPU, video works perfectly) Audio passthrough If you have any idea, I am sort of lost now... Edit I did tried the procedure described there ( All the way through no issue, except when I attached the video card... It was immediately recognized by windows as a BAsicDisplay and when installing the driver I got again the message "computer does not meet requirements"....