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viostore.sys is the virtio driver for storage (hard disks). Canonical provides a 3 years old version of virtio drivers compared to Redhat/centos. I've installed CentOS 7 on another host migrated the guests there and upgraded the virtio drivers to the latest stable version (0.1.96 at the time of writting). Problem solved :-) I'm not sure if I could use ...


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You could use virsh to edit the domain xml and append the graphics element: virsh edit <domain> Here's the xml snippet for vnc support <graphics type='vnc' port='5901' autoport='yes' listen='0.0.0.0'> <listen type='address' address='0.0.0.0'/> </graphics>


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-device e1000,netdev=hostnet0 This. Switch to virtio_net before you try anything else. step two: try to play with the NIC offload settings using ethtool -K turn off TSO, LSO, LRO, see if you get different results. step three: try a different distro. Ubuntu is notorious for KVM related bugs, so switch to CentOS or even Fedora as a test.


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You're seeing this error because Ubuntu put their own customizations into its version of libvirt and qemu/KVM. RHEL, of course, did the same thing. But there's always a machine type that will work, namely, pc. Somewhere in the XML you'll find something like: <type arch='x86_64' machine='pc-i440fx-trusty'>hvm</type> Just change this to: ...


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I am not familiar with Windows qemu, on linux , the command line should be qemu-img convert -O raw ${the_virtual_disk_image} /dev/${the_ssd} SO, you may have a try like qemu-img convert -p -O raw "D:\Virtual Machines\LinuxMint\LinuxMint-System.vdi" \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE5



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