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Hi, I am using Windows XP Professional 64 Bit Edition

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    umwhat Guest

    Hi, I am using Windows XP Professional 64 Bit Edition

    and installed Virtual PC but it will not start.
    There is the message "Not Responding".


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  3. #2


    mikeyhsd Guest

    Re: Hi, I am using Windows XP Professional 64 Bit Edition

    did you remember to turn on virtualization in the bios.

    mikeyhsd@newsgroup



    "umwhat" <umwhat@newsgroup> wrote in message news:736D9C91-DDFD-495F-BB6D-4148D3A80B62@newsgroup
    and installed Virtual PC but it will not start.
    There is the message "Not Responding".


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  4. #3


    Bo Berglund Guest

    Re: Hi, I am using Windows XP Professional 64 Bit Edition

    On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 09:02:53 -0600, "mikeyhsd" <mikeyhsd@newsgroup>
    wrote:

    >> "umwhat" <umwhat@newsgroup> wrote in message news:736D9C91-DDFD-495F-BB6D-4148D3A80B62@newsgroup
    >> and installed Virtual PC but it will not start.
    >> There is the message "Not Responding".
    >
    >did you remember to turn on virtualization in the bios.
    >
    >mikeyhsd@newsgroup
    >
    VPC2007 does not require VT as opposed to Windows VPC (for Windows 7).
    The OP must give more detail as regards what he as installed and what
    exactly he is doing in order to help him out.
    Right now there is almost zero data...

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    umwhat Guest

    Re: Hi, I am using Windows XP Professional 64 Bit Edition

    Hi, thanks forresponding, I am not receiveing email notifications after I
    checked the "Notiy me of replies" window.

    I am using Windows XP Professional 64 Bit Edition and installed Virtual PC
    2007 SP1 Setup v6.0.192.0 and the installed application does not resond.

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    "Bo Berglund" wrote:

    > On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 09:02:53 -0600, "mikeyhsd" <mikeyhsd@newsgroup>
    > wrote:
    >

    > >> "umwhat" <umwhat@newsgroup> wrote in message news:736D9C91-DDFD-495F-BB6D-4148D3A80B62@newsgroup
    > >> and installed Virtual PC but it will not start.
    > >> There is the message "Not Responding".
    > >
    > >did you remember to turn on virtualization in the bios.
    > >
    > >mikeyhsd@newsgroup
    > >
    >
    > VPC2007 does not require VT as opposed to Windows VPC (for Windows 7).
    > The OP must give more detail as regards what he as installed and what
    > exactly he is doing in order to help him out.
    > Right now there is almost zero data...
    >
    > --
    >
    > Bo Berglund (Sweden)
    > .
    >

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  6. #5


    Mark Rae [MVP] Guest

    Re: Hi, I am using Windows XP Professional 64 Bit Edition

    "umwhat" <umwhat@newsgroup> wrote in message
    news:48A9B486-2808-4C30-A5F5-745EE4594344@newsgroup

    > I am using Windows XP Professional 64 Bit Edition and installed Virtual PC
    > 2007 SP1 Setup v6.0.192.0 and the installed application does not resond.
    Are you absolutely certain you installed the version of VPC with the 64-bit
    virtualisation driver?
    http://vpc.visualwin.com/ngfaq.aspx#18
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...n#Instructions


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