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 PostPost subject: BSOD while Installing Windows NT 5.0 build 1585 Beta        Posted: Thu Aug 28, 2008 12:10 am 
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When I try to install NT 5.0 build 1585 beta in Virtual PC 2007 SP1, I get a BSOD(before it says welcome to setup). So what can I do to avoid the stop error other than getting VMWare? I wish I can provide images but instead I get broken image placeholders...

EDIT: I find a solution by using the godly search button, it says to use the Windows 98 boot disk. So how do I do that?


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I also had BSOD while instaling 1671 on VMWare Server but when i selected NT 4 as the guest OS, instead of BSOD it just hanged on (NT4-like) bootscreen...


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