* Tom Horsley (horsley1953(a)gmail.com) wrote:
I just tried running my Windows XP KVM on fedora 13
(I installed the KVM under fedora 12). It seemed to work
well, but I'm using the redhat virtio drivers for
network and disk, and Windows insisted on re-installing
the drivers (claiming "new hardware") the first time
I booted under fedora 13 libvirtd.
Be useful to try the virt list (virt(a)lists.fedoraproject.org)
A common source for this kind of annoyance is PCI device numbering changes
when the HV changes, however libvirt tries to manage devices such that
they always end up in the same slots. Can poke at the windows device
manager and see if this is what the cause is.