Oh, I was suffering a Windows' hibernation issue.
To disable:
1. run ([Super]+[R]):
shell:system
2. Right mouse button on cmd.exe
3. Select "Run as administrator"
4. Type at console:
powercfg -h off

Is there any way to compatibilize hibernation (default Windows
behaviour) with virtual NICs ?


El 13/02/18 a les 15:57, Narcis Garcia ha escrit:
> Debian 9 host (amd64)
> Using: QEMU emulator version 2.8.1(Debian 1:2.8+dfsg-6+deb9u3)
> - I wish to not have to install drivers on guest OS -
> 
> $ MyCpu=core2duo # Also tried Haswell, Haswell-noTSX, Nehalem,
> Skylake-Client, SandyBridge
> $ MyNIC=rtl8139
> 
> $ qemu-system-x86_64 -M pc-i440fx-2.0 -cpu $MyCpu -m 4096 -net
> nic,model=${MyNIC},vlan=0 -net user,vlan=0 -sdl -enable-kvm -boot c
> -drive "file=windows10pro.img,media=disk,index=0,cache=writethrough"
> -smp cores=2 -vga std
> 
> All boots work well when $MyNIC==rtl8139 but if $MyNIC==e1000 then:
> 
> Boot 1 (just after installing): 3 seconds and VM shuts down. Only logo seen.
> Boot 2: Works normally (desktop, applications, network TCP/UDP/ICMP)
> Boot 3: 3 seconds and VM shuts down.
> Boot 4: Works normally.
> Boot 5: 3 seconds and VM shuts down.
> Boot 6: Works normally.
> Boot 7: 3 seconds and VM shuts down.
> Boot 8: Works normally.
> Boot 9: 3 seconds and VM shuts down.
> Boot 10: Works normally.
> ...
> 
> * Only at 1 occasion guest boot shown a core-dump blue screen with
> "DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE".
> ** Tried both to install with -net {...} and with -net none before
> testing other changes.
> 

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