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A fairly simple answer is provided – and may work in many cases, along with hints at other options.
Credit for DISM approach: You can choose to update the driver and point to mounted ISO’s appropriate directory. The drivers in these repos are licensed under the GPLv2 license. I am aware that the preferred approach is the use the Virtio device from the start and install the appropriate virtio driver when prompted. Using dism to add drivers. Exactly what other information am I supposed to supply? Navigation menu Personal tools Log in.
Sign up using Facebook. Here are some tutorials on how to slipstream drivers in Windows: Start the Windows VM. This will keep all applications and user settings, just refreshing Windows and boot.
If Windows 10 is installed with the VirtIO driver, there is no problem. This is an underrated answer – in Proxmox Windows 10 had trouble initializing, even after installing all of the drivers. You will need to reboot after it does. The only drivers I see for storage are for Windows Serverand R2. This page was last edited on 24 Mayat Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Creating Windows virtual machines using virtIO drivers :: Fedora Docs Site
No need to create partitions or anything. It is not longer needed.
Windows VirtIO Drivers
If not, try to use the Command Prompt. This is what the link in the question describes and as far as I am aware there is no other way to do it. No new devices could be found.
After loading the driver f: I ended up reinstalling on a VirtIO boot device.