Linked by David Adams on Thu 22nd May 2008 16:17 UTC, submitted by nwsmith
Microsoft Infoworld takes a look at Hyper-V, Microsoft's hypervisor-based virtualization system, and finds: "In a nutshell, one of Hyper-V's advertised strengths -- the host partition's ability to work with generic Windows device drivers -- is also its greatest weakness. That's because the quality level of Windows device drivers, especially those from third-party developers, is notoriously inconsistent."
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RE: Not buying it
by daschmidty on Sat 24th May 2008 21:22 UTC in reply to "Not buying it"
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I guess that's a "your mileage may vary" type situation. I personally have only had video instability from nVidia drivers, forceware caused more programs to crash than catalyst ever did. I've had a bunch of ati cards, from a rage 64 up to my current hd3870, and have never had any problems with any version of windows. That's not to say that I haven't had windows driver issues, most recently that I couldn't upgrade Vista to SP1 because of my sound driver, but such is life I guess.

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