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==Network==
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===Network drivers tested working===
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* Realtek RTL8139: http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloads/detail.page?DocID=DS003083
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==Video Issues==
 
==Video Issues==
 
After using [http://clonezilla.org/ Clonezilla] to migrate an NT4 SP6a Workstation to a KVM container, the video driver was incorrect. The VM defaulted to the standard VGA driver @ 16 colors and 640x480.
 
After using [http://clonezilla.org/ Clonezilla] to migrate an NT4 SP6a Workstation to a KVM container, the video driver was incorrect. The VM defaulted to the standard VGA driver @ 16 colors and 640x480.
  
 
To resolve this issue, I downloaded and installed the latest version (2010.07.09) of the [http://www.navozhdeniye.narod.ru/vbemp.htm VBEMP] driver inside the VM and rebooted. The NT4 VM didn't have network access or a floppy, so I had to boot the NT4 VHD on a Win2K VM located on the same PVE server in order to copy the driver zip file.
 
To resolve this issue, I downloaded and installed the latest version (2010.07.09) of the [http://www.navozhdeniye.narod.ru/vbemp.htm VBEMP] driver inside the VM and rebooted. The NT4 VM didn't have network access or a floppy, so I had to boot the NT4 VHD on a Win2K VM located on the same PVE server in order to copy the driver zip file.

Revision as of 15:02, 18 November 2013


Network

Network drivers tested working

Video Issues

After using Clonezilla to migrate an NT4 SP6a Workstation to a KVM container, the video driver was incorrect. The VM defaulted to the standard VGA driver @ 16 colors and 640x480.

To resolve this issue, I downloaded and installed the latest version (2010.07.09) of the VBEMP driver inside the VM and rebooted. The NT4 VM didn't have network access or a floppy, so I had to boot the NT4 VHD on a Win2K VM located on the same PVE server in order to copy the driver zip file.