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Virtual lan Hi i am using fc8 and i want to setup a virtual lan on my pc i have created two guest os and i am using vnet module to create vlan . please anyone assist me what to do

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How do I run a virtual machine on asus M51AC?


Install a virtual machine application and create a virtual machine

Virtual Machine Applications
  • VMware Player or VMware Workstation
  • VirtualBox
  • QEMU (linux)
  • Virtual PC

Jan 23, 2014 | Motherboards

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Virtualization is not showing up in the bios


The first machines to support virtualization commercially were IBM mainframes in the 1970s. It has taken PCs nearly 40 years to catch up.
Until a few years ago the central processors in PCs were not virtualizable except by using slow emulation or tricks. However both AMD and Intel have recently produced processors which include extra modes and instructions that allow full, hardware-accelerated virtualization.
AMD and Intel's virtualization techniques are different and incompatible, but all hypervisors hide the differences from you.
There are also several generations of virtualization technologies available. Initial implementations from both AMD and Intel were quite slow, and great improvements have been made over time. These differences are not very visible to the end user, but we cover some of the virtualization flags that you might see below. The upshot is that more modern processors are not only faster, but the virtualization will be more efficient too.
# A good start is to look up the model number of your CPU on the manufacturer's site. The accurate model name and number should be in /proc/cpuinfo after boot, and you can look these up on the following pages:
For example, my laptop's Intel i7 620M page is here.
The Intel site is the most useful, and will tell you directly if the processor supports virtualization (Intel VT-x) and/or secure passthrough of PCI devices to guests (Intel VT-d). The AMD site is less than useful in this respect. I have noticed some inaccuracies on the Intel site.
# /proc/cpuinfo will tell you if the processor supports virtualization and if it is enabled (but it could not show up in flags because it is disabled - more on this below).
The flags to look out for are:
  • vmx - Intel VT-x, basic virtualization
  • svm - AMD SVM, basic virtualization
  • ept - Extended Page Tables, an Intel feature to make emulation of guest page tables faster.
  • vpid - VPID, an Intel feature to make expensive TLB flushes unnecessary when context switching between guests.
  • npt - AMD Nested Page Tables, similar to EPT.
  • tpr_shadow and flexpriority - Intel feature that reduces calls into the hypervisor when accessing the Task Priority Register, which helps when running certain types of SMP guests.
  • vnmi - Intel Virtual NMI feature which helps with certain sorts of interrupt events in guests.
# The next thing to look at are the kernel messages by running the command:
dmesg ' less The two messages to look out for are:
kvm: no hardware support
and
kvm: disabled by bios
Note: You will only see these messages if the KVM kernel module has tried to load. That is, if you tried to start a guest already, or if you tried to load the KVM module by hand (see the next section).
The no hardware support message is self-explanatory. The disabled by biosmessage requires some explanation. When virtualization first came to PCs there was a worry that malware (on Windows of course) might use the virtualization feature in order to sit under the operating system like a hypervisor, and become especially hard to remove. Therefore virtualization can be completely disabled at boot time, requiring a reboot and manual BIOS configuration to enable it, which of course malware would not be able to do. This plan is good in theory, but it discounts one factor: the inability of motherboard manufacturers to create BIOSes that aren't full of bugs. You may find that even though your processor supports virtualization, it is not featured in the BIOS (hence impossible to enable), or the BIOS may contain bugs that prevent you from enabling it. There's not much you can do in these situations except to try updating the BIOS or replacing the motherboard.
# You can try to load the KVM module by hand.
As explained above, there are two different brands of virtualization (from Intel and AMD) which are incompatible. Therefore KVM has separate device drivers for each.
To load KVM on an Intel processor:
modprobe kvm_intel To load KVM on an AMD processor:
modprobe kvm_amd
Check dmesg output after this to see if there were any problems. Check lsmod to see if the modules were loaded.

Apr 19, 2012 | ECS Motherboards

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I was lost my motherboard drivers. Plz send information. this is my system configuration. OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Professional Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 Build 2600 OS Manufacturer Microsoft...


go to the manufacturers website and download the drive for your mobo, if your internet doesnt work you may have to download them on another computer burn them to disc

Mar 08, 2010 | Intel D915GAG Socket 775 Motherboard -...

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Cant we install multiple OS if i install multiple OS only the new OS will be booted the recent OS will be gone


that is because you are installing over the old one or simply upgrading the old OS, if you want a "multiboot" system each OS has to have its own directory on the drive, IE windows vista installed to c:\winvista and windows XP installed to c:\winxp your c:\boot.ini file which is where boot information is stored should update itself automatically, i do not suggest messing around in this file if you do not know exactly what you are doing as you could render the system unbootable

Feb 25, 2010 | Intel DG31PR Motherboard

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Foxconn MOBO will not recognize ethernet under Win XP but will under Ubuntu . Have tried installing the drivers available from Foxconns site to no avail. I need to run XP for the software I use. I have...


hmm, have you tried creating a virtual drive in linux to run xp through? if you do this, the virtual operating system (XP) will run in a window while you are running linux, when you are using the virtual operating system (XP) it will piggyback from the linux drivers and use the systems devices. check out the link it will explain it better

http://www.vmware.com/products/player/

Nov 27, 2009 | Foxconn (755A01-6ELRS) (K8S755A6ELRS)...

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Audio driver for asus k8v-mx( WINDOWS 7 OS)


maybe the drivers are not compaible with the os.you can try a virtual machine program and see if the drivers can oad on a different os.another option is to look up the model numbers and google them.to me this sounds like a custom built pc.which is probably one of the reasons why your having trouble.custom built pcs are harder to find drivers for because there can be so many different components on it.f you buy a standard dell with no custom parts then it will be way easier to get the drivers.because you can look up the model umber and find all of the components and drivers.your best chance is to lok at the motherbard and google it and see if there is a onboard audio/display brivers.if you got a pci card then your going to have to find the drivers for that one.

if you need instruction on how to use a virtual machine to test if there are drivers without overwriting your current os for a different os then feel free to email me at gamecrazy944@yahoo.com

(virtual machine)a soft machine that works the same way a hard machine works.you can have several operating systms on your screen without having to restart the comp.it works the same way that mac os x uses parrell desktop.

Jul 15, 2009 | Motherboards

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I can't install windows without disket drive


Create a vitual CD/DVD drive. Convert the installation disc to an image, mount it on your virtual drive and proceed with the installation Do not install the software that creates a virtual drive like Alcohol or Ultr-ISO on any partition other than C where you are likely to install the OS.....
Otherwise use an external CD ROM and do the same by booting from the CD by altering the boot sequence in the BIOS!.......sodeep

Mar 20, 2009 | Motherboards

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What video card to get?


is this for gaming, online gaming or just a necessity? If it's just for replacing a burned-out vid card....I would just get an ATI Rage 128 Ultra, they can be had for very cheap, and are easily available. $5 should be what you pay for one.

Jan 12, 2009 | Intel D915GAG Socket 775 Motherboard -...

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Virtual memory


Your hard drive is getting to full for it to be used as virtual memory
When normal memory gets used up windows uses the hard drive as memory ans if insufficient room on hard drive is not available you get this message.
Solution.
1) delete programs from hard drive to create more space
2) Install new hard drive and transfer programs to it. creating more room on C drive
3) If hard drive is already partitioned and 2nd partition has a lot of free space transfer Virtual over to it.

Go to Start / Control panel Open The System folder go to "Advanced" "performance settings"
Then to "Advanced " Click on change and set Virtual memory to new disk.
Set maximum and minimum the same at 3 times the amount of normal memory you ave

Jan 05, 2009 | Motherboards

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FREEZE


this happens if the rams are of different frequencies have a check with the both the ram frequency ...
if they are different then remove 1 ram ....
& try increasing the virtual memory in the OS ...
if you are using the windows xp .. then to increase the virtual memory just go to
control panel >system>advanced>advanced>virtual memory settings>increase the virtual memory for the drive in which the os is installed ....
increase nearly to the double of the ram memory you use ....

this solves your problem ..

any doubts you can reply me
i am always here to assist you
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Jun 22, 2008 | MSI KM4M-L Motherboard

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