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Re: [Xen-users] Re: [Xen-devel] Requesting Assistance from Intel Engineers on Intel Integrated Graphics (IGD) VGA Passthrough for Xen 4.0.1-RELEASE and pv-ops dom0 kernel 2.6.32.x

Dear Weidong, Pasi and Xen developers,

Please review the VGA passthrough case of Helmut Wieser on 2nd June 2010 at the following link.


The thread title is "Xen-devel - VGA passthrough nVidia NVS 295".

In the thread, Helmut Wieser mentioned that his Xen+kernel combo could be unstable. He was also getting BSODs with his Windows 7 HVM.

Thank you very much.

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On 09/18/2010 06:57 PM, "Mr. Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming) åæé of Singapore" wrote:
Dear Weidong and Pasi,

Please re-visit the Xen 4 Intel integrated graphics (IGD) VGA passthrough case of Tang-Hsun Tu (æåè) on 22nd July 2010 at the following link.


Apparently, the problems both of us have encountered in Xen 4 VGA passthrough are very similar.

Please watch my Youtube video on Intel IGD VGA Passthrough with Xen 4.0.1-RELEASE, pv-ops dom0 kernel, and Windows XP HVM again. The link is provided below.


Could we work together to resolve the stability issues in Xen 4.0.1 Intel integrated graphics (IGD) VGA passthrough to Windows operating system HVM virtual machine?

Thank you very much.

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