On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 2:39 PM, billy lau <billylau@xxxxxxxxx
> Dear Xen Users,
> I was attempting to boot windows using hvmloader on a debian, with Vt-d
> enabled. However, as I try to create my windows domain, the error below
> occured, and I could not understand why:
> Error: failed to assign device: maybe the platform doesn't support VT-d, or
> VT-d isn't enabled properly?
> The problem is that I have enabled VT-d, and I did a pciback.hide=(XX:XX.X)
> in grub's menu.lst. Well, The passthrough seems to be working when I load a
> linux domU, as i managed to see the pci device in lspci in linux domU, but
> for windows, only this error message appeared. Can anyone help?