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Old 06-26-2009, 10:39 AM   #1
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QEMU VMWare SVGA II Adapter driver for windows xp guest

Where can i get a driver for windows xp for this piece of emulated hardware? It seems this driver should be available in VMWare tools, but i can't find these for QEMU. I need to have a supported video card with >=12M of video RAM to make some DirectX programs run in QEMU (yes, i know it will be awfully slow, but i need this), so the option is either use -vga std, or -vga vmware, but i can't find a driver for them.
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Great title: I put in google and after your post the next one was this:
where apparently the poster solved the problem.


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