> Thanks for your reply. I am using the Virtual PC 2007 188.8.131.52.
It's always a pleasure.
What procedure are you following when creating a virtual machine? To
you specify that you'll be installing Windows XP? And most importantly,
do you adjust the VPC RAM to match the requirements of the guest OS?
I've just checked now by trying to create a new Virtual PC for Windows
XP, and VPC 2007 wanted to allocate only 128MB RAM! Windows XP at the
very least requires 256MB (My existing XP VPC I set to 512MB).
Make sure that your Virtual Windows XP is not running, highlight it on
the VPC Console and click settings. Click on Memory and try to increase
the amount of RAM allocated to the Virtual PC to 256 (or even better,
512). Also change the Display setting to "Only use standard screen
See if that helps with your black-screen problem.
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