Thanks a lot. You are definitely on your way. I have been fiddling with Linux for the last decade and have only really started to be serious about it in the last couple years. I definitely don't know much, but I am learning.
Looks like I just have to do the CPU pinning and hide the fact it's a VM from windows and I think I will be right back to where I left off. It would be interesting to find out exactly why it corrupts like that. Sure seems like a poor system if it breaks that easily.
edit: Also, really good job with the video.
I'm curious, the way you hid the VM from Windows is different from how I have done it. Is there a difference between the two methods? I mean, the way I did it (according to the guide I linked to earlier) works for me. Windows doesn't know it's in the VM and the Code 43 goes away and the Nvidia driver loads. Probably one of those six one way half a dozen the other sorts of things.