We had to do the swapping CD trick for Windows 10 yes.


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> On 3 Feb 2018, at 11:31, Vincent Royer <vinc...@epicenergy.ca> wrote:
> I am trying to install Windows 10 on Ovirt 4.2
> I pushed the virtio-win iso and vfd files to my ISO domain.   I created the 
> VM and loaded the CD rom with the windows install ISO and in the "run once" 
> settings I chose the virtio-win selection as a floppy.  However when entering 
> windows setup, there is no drive to install to, and no floppy shows up in the 
> usual place to install the drivers. 
> the installation did succeed when selecting "IDE" as the target disk instead 
> of the virtio or virtio-SCSI options.
> Is there any way to install the drivers after the fact and then change the 
> disk mode from IDE to virtio?
> Is the method on this page 
> https://www.ovirt.org/documentation/how-to/virtual-machines/create-a-windows-7-virtual-machine/
> <https://www.ovirt.org/documentation/how-to/virtual-machines/create-a-windows-7-virtual-machine/>
> still relevant?  Looks like they suggest swapping the CD disk once the 
> windows setup has begun. 
> Thanks!
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