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= Windows VirtIO Drivers =
  
= 24Sep2009 =
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The source for the Windows drivers is hosted in a repository on GIT hub. Anonymous users can clone the repository
== NetKVM ==
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[http://people.redhat.com/~yvugenfi/24.09.2009/NetKVM.zip Network drivers]
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== viostor ==
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git clone git://github.com/YanVugenfirer/kvm-guest-drivers-windows.git
[http://people.redhat.com/~yvugenfi/24.09.2009/viostor.zip Storage drivers]
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You can also [http://blog.famzah.net/2010/01/09/kvm-qemu-virtio-storage-and-network-drivers-for-32-bit64-bit-windows-7-windows-vista-windows-xp-and-windows-2000/ download the drivers as ISO images] which you can easily use in a KVM guest.
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[https://github.com/YanVugenfirer/kvm-guest-drivers-windows Browse GIT repository online ]
  
You can find [http://www.linux-kvm.com/content/block-driver-updates-install-drivers-during-windows-installation image floppy] to install viostor during setup phase.
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== Binary Drivers ==
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Binary drivers are provided by some Linux distributions including WHQL Certified drivers.
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For example the binary drivers for Ubuntu can be found [https://launchpad.net/kvm-guest-drivers-windows/+download here].
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64-bit versions of Windows Vista and newer (this currently includes Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012) require the drivers to be [http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hardware/gg487332 digitally signed] to load.
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If your distribution does not provide binary drivers for Windows, you can use the package from the Fedora Project. These drivers are digitally signed, and will work on 64-bit versions of Windows:
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[https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Windows_Virtio_Drivers Latest VirtIO drivers for Windows from Fedora ]
  
 
= Code signing drivers for the Windows 64bit platforms =
 
= Code signing drivers for the Windows 64bit platforms =

Revision as of 00:02, 17 June 2015

Windows VirtIO Drivers

The source for the Windows drivers is hosted in a repository on GIT hub. Anonymous users can clone the repository

git clone git://github.com/YanVugenfirer/kvm-guest-drivers-windows.git

Browse GIT repository online


Binary Drivers

Binary drivers are provided by some Linux distributions including WHQL Certified drivers.

For example the binary drivers for Ubuntu can be found here.

64-bit versions of Windows Vista and newer (this currently includes Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012) require the drivers to be digitally signed to load.

If your distribution does not provide binary drivers for Windows, you can use the package from the Fedora Project. These drivers are digitally signed, and will work on 64-bit versions of Windows:

Latest VirtIO drivers for Windows from Fedora

Code signing drivers for the Windows 64bit platforms