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Virtual PC 2007 Release Candidate

Post by swellhead »

This is now available @ https://connect.microsoft.com/Downloads ... SiteID=288

"Can't Get it Working for Me Though"

Can't Wait to Get it - Features Updated

PXE Boot Support
Keyboard / performance issues on laptops addressed (yay!)
Virtual Networking on wireless adapters re-enabled
Fixes for installing Vista off of physical DVDs
And more...

Source http://blogs.msdn.com/virtual_pc_guy/ar ... lable.aspx

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Post by empireum »

PXE Boot Support – finally!

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Post by XDude »

already grab it
I haven't got the time to install it

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Post by swellhead »

Got it, it pretty nice but they are losing DOS Virtual Additionals Support and the lowest OS "then @ Microsoft Support is 98SE". But this will problemy work all.

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Post by XDude »

too bad I can't install 4bit os on a 32bit VPC
but you can do this with vmware workstation 5.5

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Post by empireum »

XDude wrote:too bad I can't install 4bit os on a 32bit VPC
but you can do this with vmware workstation 5.5
No way. VMware can't run 64-bit OSes on a 32-bit host. You need to have a 64-bit CPU for that to work.

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Post by XDude »

empireum wrote:
XDude wrote:too bad I can't install 4bit os on a 32bit VPC
but you can do this with vmware workstation 5.5
No way. VMware can't run 64-bit OSes on a 32-bit host. You need to have a 64-bit CPU for that to work.
assuming a 64bitCPU is used, which is what i'm using

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Post by Luckie »

cool
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