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Windows 7: Windows Virtual PC problem

14 Jun 2011   #1
zabrak

windows XP
 
 
Windows Virtual PC problem

Hello there


When I go to upgrade the integration components I'm met with a THE D:/SETUP.EXE file expects a newer version of Windows. Upgrade your Windows version.

This wouldn't be such a problem if I need this to share my windows 7 folders. I do need to do that, right? I mean, when I checked on everything for 'integration features' under settings and rebooted virtual PC I still could not see anything.

Can anybody PLEASE help me?

Here, I even added a nifty recording to show you what I'm talking about. Please watch through it, thanks!




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14 Jun 2011   #2
pjhutch

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

Try the Virtual PC 2004 or 2007 Additions instead of the ones with VPC for Windows 7 to work with Windows 98.
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15 Jun 2011   #3
zabrak

windows XP
 
 

Hmm can I can set up a ftp server on the host and log into it from the virtual machine?


Can I do this in windows 98? And if so, any links on how i'd go about doing so?



Also somebody said this, but I cant understand what the hell he's sainy:

Have you tried creating a network and having your computer that you are using the VM on?
That's what I did with mine, and you see your computer as another PC on a network and you can access all the files and folders (permitting that you allow others in the network to access those files).
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