View VM on HDMI

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GadgetBazza
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View VM on HDMI

Post by GadgetBazza » Wed Jul 11, 2018 6:34 am

I have a TVS-882BRT3 NAS, and I have Windows 10 installed on a VM. Is it possible to use the inbuilt HDMI output on the NAS as the display adapter for this VM? If so, how do I assign it? The only way I can see thus far is to use HD Station and QVM?

If it's not possible, can a GPU be added to this NAS that the VM can output directly to?

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Re: View VM on HDMI

Post by OneCD » Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:37 am

Hi and welcome to the forum. :)

GadgetBazza wrote:If so, how do I assign it? The only way I can see thus far is to use HD Station and QVM?

That seems to be the correct way.

Perform a text search for "HDMI" on this page for more information.

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Re: View VM on HDMI

Post by GadgetBazza » Wed Jul 11, 2018 5:12 pm

Thanks for that.

So I don't think thats going to work for my needs, I want to output passthrough audio over the HDMI if possible. Does anyone know if this will work with an add in GPU? And if so, which models work and are supported on my NAS model?

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