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Anybody know this problem?!! Microsoft blogger Sean Earp, whose informative post, Installing Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron in Virtual PC 2007, was in turn condensed from a post and several comments at the Arcane Code weblog. […] run it I used that method and it works great 🙂 7 years ago Reply Anonymous Or if MS could lift the evil processor virtualization requirement, there would be no reason Horsie - No. Source

Now is where you may get confused. I have both Virtual PC and Oracle VirtualBox installed. Please, help .. Not all Intel Core 2 Duo processors support hardware virtualization; specifically it is not supported on the E4000 series (E4300, E4400, E4500 E4600 & E4700), some members of the E7000 series http://www.sysprobs.com/install-ubuntu-1010-virtual-pc-2007-windows-7-host

I've no idea how it works, but it does: Within Ubuntu, hit Alt-F2 to open the run box. thanks. 6 years ago Reply pistatic Thank you, Microsoft needs more guys like you 🙂 6 years ago Reply Jack Virtual PC not running on WIN 7 Home Premium 64 bit Reply CyrusTR Says: May 16, 2008 at 4:47 am Well i must be doing something wrong.

I would be interested to test again Windows Virtual PC, if there were at least a way to avoid the "remote access" way of accessing XP guests and still have cut/paste It will take a couple minutes to boot up. How to do that ? 1. Perhaps the products have different aims so non-Windows or non-additions guests suffer. 7 years ago Reply Adi R Back in Vista, it was just a warning that Virtual PC is unsupported

Then click on the big Restart now button inside VPC. If you get this, and you want to use Virtual PC 2007 instead of Windows Virtual PC, you will need to uninstall Windows Virtual PC. This is actually a great idea! http://crsouza.com/2009/02/13/installing-debian-testing-on-virtualpc-2007/ Also, I have allocated 16 GB Dynamic space to the drive itself.

The network activity icon is still flashing. What's available (2.0) on the DC works with the old X11 and doesn't seem to add the kernel mod. It works on VPC running on Vista but not on XP. Reply Anonymous says: November 1, 2016 at 2:55 am The tty (console) will be distorted.

Reply Molte Says: May 10, 2008 at 1:36 pm I downloaded Ubuntu 8.04 and made a hole new virtual machine and used Steve's trick and it worked! https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2263391 your done. Looks pretty nice! I don't even know what encryption algorithm it uses.

Do I simply press F6 and add at the end of the line: "noapic nolapic vga=791"? this contact form User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. i finally got it to work. Tango Icons Tango Desktop Project.

Steve Reply Jeremy Says: July 17, 2008 at 5:55 am Thanks, Robert, for the wonderful advice about how to change the su root password on a fresh debian install. What OS are you running, and I guess I should confirm you are on VPC 2007, and not Virtual Server 2005 or VPC 2004? FYI, I have tried the virtual machine created on my Vista by copying the vpc files to my XP machine, but the same problem persists. have a peek here I haven’t had much time to check out other features, or get the sound working so if anyone has a quick fix for that by all means leave a comment below.

Reply schlampen Says: July 2, 2008 at 4:06 pm Why not use VMware Player instead ? if you have an XP Mode program open, you can't open Microsoft Virtual PC. It only allows you to enable or disable known repositories".

I am also running Vista Business, VPC 2007 & Ubuntu 8.04 Reply Sluggy Says: April 27, 2008 at 6:33 am Vista 32-bit SP1 I only needed to add ‘vga=791' to the

I think it's because I only added the 1024×768 resolution, and since it was originally at 800×600 it doesn't support that res any more, so I get all this garbled gunk I get the 1024×768 res at the login screen, but once I log in then I'm screwed. The PackageKit graphical updater is available instead of Pup. Screen (VPC window) size - it is too small.

Oh well. when i select 1024×768 the display goes garbled. Under Ubuntu 8.04, kernel 2.6.24-16-generic I hit e to edit. http://digitalfishbowl.net/virtual-pc/virtual-pc-2007-an-unrecoverable-processor-error-has-been-encountered.html Just click in the VPC and wiggle your mouse and your display will return.

Reply Petrus Says: April 25, 2008 at 5:01 am Have tried all the recommendations above but am still getting the error message ‘An unrecoverable processor error has been encountered'. Reply Daniel Says: April 29, 2008 at 10:29 am To get rid of the garbled graphics, use vim to add a DefaultDepth 16 entry to the Screen section in the /etc/X11/xorg.xonf. I just reinstalled and it is stuck at the black screen for about 20 min. then when i restart it goes back to 1152×768, any ideas anyone?

Did not work with Ubuntu. Sheets Says: April 25, 2008 at 12:02 pm Ubuntu 8.04 Server has the same unrecoverable processor error problem. The source? Solution: add “vga=791” or “vga=0x32D” to the boot option For my video card the available video mode in virtual PC are (video mode = resolution x color depth): 301h = 640x480x8

it powers down the VM Dinesh saysNovember 17, 2010 at 4:57 pm @Christian Gabriel C, Have you removed the VT tick as mentioned in step 6? install it 3. Few bumps along the way but got it installed and working a treat Reply Ben Shittu Says: May 21, 2008 at 7:42 pm At anyone still having issues with virtual pc, I installed Ubuntu in Microsoft Virtual PC 2007.

Thanks. Behind PackageKit, the performance of yum has been significantly improved. Reply Anonymous says: November 1, 2016 at 2:55 am Microsoft Virtual PC 2007,安装Redhat Enterprise Linux AS4 i386版,可以运行。不过,VPC不支持64位的Linux,即便你的CPU支持VT。 下载Xen 3.1.4的源码,编译成功。注意,需要Linux-的kernel 源码包,� Reply Anonymous says: November 1, 2016 at 2:55 am I don't On Unix systems, the gui is just another program.

When it pops up, change to Safe graphics mode, as you see above, and press Enter. Reply CypherBit Says: April 25, 2008 at 10:26 am Helge thank you so much, I followed your instructions and it worked without problems. Set the RAM to at least 512MB if possible. 1 or more GB is recommended. It recognizes that there is an eth0 interface, but I can't get it to work.

If I upgrade the old VM additions to the new components, the pre-login phase is hidden, and in some cases this defeats part of the reason why I use the VM Adv Reply January 31st, 2015 #2 TheFu View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message <--- Run xman to see that window. You should now see 3 entries to select from.