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    Need help with Virtio drivers for my Vultr Windows installation
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    Need help with Virtio drivers for my Vultr Windows installation

    SpecialOneSpecialOne Member
    edited August 2015 in Help

    OK. As you may know I followed this Vultr tutorial https://www.vultr.com/docs/windows-custom-iso-with-virtio-drivers to create my custom Windows iso with Virtio drivers.

    I downloaded Virtio drivers as Vultr suggested in tutorial:

    https://fedorapeople.org/groups/virt/virtio-win/direct-downloads/stable-virtio/virtio-win.iso

    Now after everything was finally uploaded I see that Virtio did some changes. They have 10 folders differently named + I don't see any "Red Hat VirtIO SCSI" driver".

    Here is Vultr one:

    Here is mine:

    So what I need to do know... There is no "Red Hat VirtIO SCSI" drivers. Which should I select?

    Comments

    • Select viostor

    • TarZZ92TarZZ92 Member
      edited August 2015

      untick hide all drivers that are not compatible. and add them all to the installation.

      I AM BACK :)
      Working Windows Server 2012 R2 on 6GB! Beat that!

    • @bohdans said:
      Select viostor

      Yes, it is viostor. When I selected viostor > w7 > amd64 then Red Hat VirtIO SCSI driver showed up. I tried to look inside that folder in my local computer, but there are some weird files inside and I was confused.

      Now everything should be smoothly afterwards I hope...

    • As TarZZ92 said, untick the box

    • BG32BG32 Member
      edited August 2015

      using a cracked version? just use a iso quanley one

      Thanked by (44)

    • @bohdans said:
      As TarZZ92 said, untick the box
      @BG32 said:
      using a cracked version? just use a iso quanley one

      Installed my custom Win 7 iso (official ISO) and newest Virtio drivers. I am already using it. Finally torture is over. Thx guys!

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