I'm running debian unstable with qemu (and qemu-kvm) 0.12.5+dfsg-3. I had been running a windows 7 64-bit virtual machine for a while and then noticed that I've always been running the vm with
-m 1024 \
but qemu-kvm package says I should run "kvm" directly. But that didn't work for the vm (stuck in boot up). Does it mean that I was not using kvm at all? (My processor supports it, and qemu console command "info kvm" says "kvm support: enabled")
I'm actually quite happy with current setup of 0.12.5 but windows 7 64 bit doesn't support the sound card, and I've tried new 0.14.0 qemu, but I have the same problem of stucking boot screen...
Could this be a Windows problem instead? Anyone upgraded qemu and old windows 7 64-bit vm breaks?