On Thu, 5 Feb 2009 11:40:53 -0800, Falak
>"Steve Jain [MVP]" wrote:
>> On Thu, 5 Feb 2009 10:25:16 -0800, Falak <Falak
>> @discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >I have isntalled virtual pc and WS 2008 in external harddisk using my laptop
>> >which has windows Vista.
>> >I made 340 + 30 partition in external HD and isntalled in 30Gb allocated
>> >512MB RAM
>> >now I am trying to plug in that external HD to another Laptop but it not
>> >showing me that 30GB partion and hanges another laptop
>> >What could be reason and tell me step for how to install or how could I use
>> >it in any laptop?
>> >FYI I have installed both .vmc and .vhd files in 30Gb partition, not in
>> >primary desktop(windows Vista)
>> You may have to manually assign the second partition a drive letter
>> via Disk Management.
>> You really don't need to make partitions for VMs, they're simply files
>> on the drive.
>My question is this . It is now showing me virtual pc in other laptop
>What should I do to open virtual pc in anotherlaptop from external harddisk
What would you do if you had put an Excel spreadsheet file on an
external hard drive and then moved the drive to another PC?
I assume that you would start Excel on that PC and then open the
spreadsheet file using Excel??
VPC is no different. VMC and VHD files are just "document" files for
the *application* VirtualPC 2007 and VPC2007 is used to "open" these.
If you have VPC2007SP1 installed on the "other" laptop then just
doubleclick the VMC file and it will start.
If you don't have VPC2007 instaled then install it and then do as
Why are you asking?
Bo Berglund (Sweden)