i want to start a virutalcontrol in WORKS, but I always got the message which you can see in the screenshot.
I tried in Advanced Options the Network Adapater and the Port Forwarding. The Version I use:
Tried it on a Windows 10 64Bit computer with admin rights.
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I'm having the same issue, see screenshot here:
I tried the steps described above but sadly that does not seem to have fixed it.
I've seen the QEMU window appear once very briefly but not long enough to see any output. Right now, starting will the virtual control will show a `Booting` state for a second, then revert to `Offline`. The QEMU window itself does not show.
Other things I've tried, all without any changes in behavior:
Is there another way to gather more information, e.g. system logs, etc. to diagnose the issue?
we need some mor infos:
1. Please add some informations about you environment. CPU-Type
2. Do you use Port Forwarding with you ctrlX CORE virtual?
If yes add your port assignment here.
3. please check the active ports in the system. Open command window and insert command "netstat". After pressing "Enter" a list of the currently used ports will be displayed.
`netstat` put me in the right direction.
Apparently, the Nvidia display driver software starts a service `nvcontainer.exe` that, among some others, binds port 65001. I was able to disable the service temporarily and can now start and access the VirtualControl as expected.
This is more of a temporary workaround, though. Is there a way to change the default port configuration so that this collision no longer happens?
Sorry, the 65001 port is up to now fixed, as it is an internal communication channel. We will try to check for the availability of the port and create dynamic internal ports.