Right now I have an issue that has come out of nowhere.
For the past few weeks have have had a GPU passthrough setup that has been working great for me. Here is the guide I used to set it up.
I have never been able to get my audio working on my host, so I decided to simply just dedicate my onboard audio to my VM. However, now Windows dosn’t detect it (sort of). Up until now it’s been working fine.
I am still able to see it when I enable “hidden devices” in devices manager in Windows. However, I’m not the best Windows user, I’m better with Linux. So I decided to boot my VM using a Ubuntu iso. Here is some info according to alsa-info in the guest. So it appears it’s being passed through correctly seeing as it’s being detected, but it seems like ALSA does not want to interact with it for some reason, so I have no idea what the issue is. I’m writing this from my VM, so I’ll update this in a moment with more info from the host when I shutdown the VM.