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Forum: Drivers 15 Apr 2010
Replies: 8
Views: 20,842
Posted By oggie
I have this same problem... any word out there on...

I have this same problem... any word out there on a solution?????? :confused:
Forum: Virtualization 14 Jan 2010
Replies: 5
Views: 19,593
Posted By oggie
Kari, Thank you for replying. I took me a...

Kari,

Thank you for replying. I took me a bit to get back to this. I tried what you suggested and one way did work. Clicking on the shortcut and clicking properties did not work, but opening...
Forum: Virtualization 14 Dec 2009
Replies: 5
Views: 19,593
Posted By oggie
Window and Text size in Command Prompt, Windows XP Mode

Anybody know how to change the text size in Windows XP Mode at the command prompt? I've tried right clicking on the DOS shortcut that I set up and changing it there, but it doesn't do anything.
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Forum: Virtualization 14 Dec 2009
Replies: 7
Views: 25,586
Posted By oggie
that worked perfect, thank you so much.

that worked perfect, thank you so much.
Forum: Virtualization 10 Dec 2009
Replies: 7
Views: 25,586
Posted By oggie
Yup, integration is enabled. I can acess the...

Yup, integration is enabled. I can acess the host drives from Windows Explorer. The funny thing is, while "dir \\tsclient\c" works, that is I can see the list of files/directories with the command,...
Forum: Virtualization 09 Dec 2009
Replies: 7
Views: 25,586
Posted By oggie
mapping to \\tsclient\c

I tried mapping through the Windows Explorer within the XP Mode, but couldn't see the host drive (\\tsclient\c) when I tried to map it. Is there another way to map?
Forum: Virtualization 08 Dec 2009
Replies: 7
Views: 25,586
Posted By oggie
Access host drive from command prompt in xp mode

Hi All,

This might be a silly question, but I'm having a terrible time trying to access files on the host machine (Windows 7) through the command prompt within the Virtual Machine (XP). I can see...
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