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[Xen-users] Getting audo working in WinXP DomU ?

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  • Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2007 18:06:41 -0600
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This is strange.  I have audio working in my Gentoo Linux Dom0 (at least, it can play mp3 files and run Skype, which is all I need it for).  In my HVM WinXP domU's configuration, I have:


So, I'd expect a (virtualized) sound device to be visible to DomU, so that I could run Skype or play mp3s under windows domU.  But I can't.  They whine about there not being any audio device installed.

  Control Panel/Sounds and Devices/Audio shows no available audio devices for playback, recording, or MIDI.

Any suggestions?

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