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comment Gnome Boxes on CentOS 7 with Windows 7 as a guest
Michael, that's what I don't know and that's what I'm asking here. They definitely can't be installed, otherwise this thread wouldn't exist. I can select the driver's folder and everything but when I'm trying to install them the Windows setup program tells me that it can't find any valid drivers. Meanwhile I tried this with two different versions of the KVM drivers disk, both versions deliver the same result.
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comment Gnome Boxes on CentOS 7 with Windows 7 as a guest
Well, ok. I tried to install the drivers for Windows 7 AMD64 which are on the VirtIO drivers disk which I downloaded from KVM's website unter linux-kvm.org/page/WindowsGuestDrivers/Download_Drivers. Those drivers can't be installed.
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comment Gnome Boxes on CentOS 7 with Windows 7 as a guest
What can I do to make the drivers compatible with Windows 7? Is this the kind of question you are looking for? Sorry, but I'm out of options here. I can't clarify my question any further as it IS already clear in my opinion what my problem and so my question is. What can I do to make the drivers install?
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comment Gnome Boxes on CentOS 7 with Windows 7 as a guest
And that's exactly what I wrote in my original question. I have no idea where anyone would see a reason to give my question a -1. Please see the last sentence of my question: t keeps telling me, that there are no suitable drivers on the disk.
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comment Gnome Boxes on CentOS 7 with Windows 7 as a guest
That would be my question. I don't know why it won't install the driver. I did everything exactly as you in your tutorial. The driver installation tells me that the driver can't be installed.
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comment Gnome Boxes on CentOS 7 with Windows 7 as a guest
BTW: I looked at the walkthrough. This is exactly how I've done it. But in step 7 my Windows won't install the driver.
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comment Gnome Boxes on CentOS 7 with Windows 7 as a guest
A more detailed explanation of what exactly? Which default settings I chose? ;-) No, seriously, I can take screenshots of every Windows setup step but that wouldn't be of any use I suppose. If you could guide me in what details you need exactly? This would be a big help.
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comment Gnome Boxes on CentOS 7 with Windows 7 as a guest
That's why I said standard settings AKA default configuration. Didn't change a thing. Please see pastebin.com/1hDmRp02 for my config file. I played around with the hard disk controller variants though. But no matter which one I chose the Windows setup program told me that there's no suitable driver.
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comment Gnome Boxes on CentOS 7 with Windows 7 as a guest
What details do you need exactly? I used the VMM GUI to create the VM and left it to the standard settings in all cases. Nothing fancy. I could post a config file here if this would help.
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comment How to migrate from Google Apps Mail
Thanks, I will try this approach.
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comment How to migrate from Google Apps Mail
Sorry for replying so late. The problem with Gmail is that every mail has a label, All Mail. Every mail, received and sent ones have this label. When I copy mails from a Gmail account to a regular IMAP server every mail I ever sent or received would be in my inbox. There is no way to differentiate between received and sent mails without Googles backend.
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