- 18th November 2010 at 10:36 #44168
Hello, Came across this site yesterday after a link was published in a book ‘Microsoft SharePoint 2010 – Building Solutions for SharePoint 2010’ by Sahil Malik.
Straight away I trashed my new Laptop runing Windows 7 to install Server 2008R2. In no time at all I had it up and running. Then I added the Hyper-V role and it all when down hill them.
After reinstalling a couple more times for testing got Hyper-V working fine and worked out that it was the Nvida Driver for NVS 3100 which killed it. Both the driver and hyper-v services dont like worknig together.
So I’m left to working out do I want a laptop with hyper-v withoou the graphics. Or I server workstation with the grahics but without hyper-v?
I will have a look on your forum to see if I can find some help.
PS. When I had server 2008R2 it installed on my new HP Elitebook 8440 with its i7 and 8G of memory. It look good and performed well… Unto i set up hyper-v that was.
- 23rd November 2010 at 10:37 #51410ArrisModerator
Welcome at the forums! 🙂 If you search the forum you will find many topics about Hyper-V in combination with (graphics) system performance.
As far as I followed these topics, the following two workarounds are possible:
- Use a Hyper-V alternative like Sun Virtualbox, VMware Workstation/Player, Microsoft Virtual PC, …
- [localurl=viewtopic.php?p=4217#p4217:p84pkzzg]Temporarily disable Hyper-V[/localurl:p84pkzzg]
Anyway, see you around!
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