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KVM/QEMU audio question (probably RTFM)

After applying all the outstanding updates, the sound now works.

On 11/30/2008 01:24 PM, Jerry Feldman wrote:
> On 11/29/2008 08:51 AM, Jerry Feldman wrote:
>> On 11/28/2008 04:47 PM, Stephen Adler wrote:
>>> One other bit about sound. I'm reinstalling windows vista using=20
>>> kvm/qemu and I'm going through this painful two stage install.=20
>>> (Windows home first, then business second as an update to home...)=20
>>> Sound never worked under home, but once the business version was=20
>>> installed, the virtual system recognized the "sound card". At that=20
>>> point I was able to hear the various click/action sounds snips of=20
>>> windows. So you may have to make sure WVUltimate has all its updates =

>>> so that it installs the right sound driver on the windows side....
>> I just installed Windows XP under KVM, and it did come up with sound. =

>> One issue is that the install from DVD failed,, but I then=20
>> reinstalled from the iso and it succeeded. So, AFAIK, KVM works ok.=20
>> One of the reasons for my having Windows installed is that I can=20
>> easily backup my blackberry. There is no good Blackberry sync=20
>> software on Linux yet (I've looked as Barry and Funambol).  So, at=20
>> this time, things seem to be ok. I'll try to reinstall Windows Vista=20
>> again and see if it comes up with sound.
> After reinstalling Windows Vista, the problem is that QEMU emulates an =

> Ensoniq ES1370, and apparently there is not a Vista driver for it.

Jerry Feldman <gaf-mNDKBlG2WHs at>
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