OK -- NOW I have a problem where I can't get a wireless connection to work or
the ethernet port.
I tried downloading the patch from hp for wireless and installing in a
public folder and access it virtually for install, and it took (I think - b/c
I now have option to remove in add/remove programs), but I only have LAN to
choose from under my networks -- or -- get a hard wire connection from the
Can you run a Wireless Internet connection Virtually?
If not, do you have any suggestions on what might be going on with the port?
nVIDIA netforce networking controller -- when I got the laptop, just enabled
wireless and was off, I never plugged into the router (with this notebook --
hp dv9013cl) until last night.
I used the same Cat 5 cable on older computer to do updates w/o wireless
that I used last night. And the only item that is not enabled under the
Device Manager for the advanced properties is "Flow Control"?
"David B." wrote:
> So you have XP up and running in VPC? Skip SP1 and install SP2 and post back
> with any errors.
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> "a_occellaris" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> >I have notebook running Vista Ultimate and I tried to install project
> >2003 --
> > but Vista wouldn't let me do it b/c of lacking the right credentials (even
> > though admin and don't want to purchase Project 2007 to get vista
> > compatibility on something I rarely use)
> > I tried to find a solution with no success until someone mentioned virtual
> > pc 2007.
> > I have a dual boot machine with xp media center and ultimate. (XP media
> > won't take in VPC, or will it?).
> > I have XP Pro on old computer and used to install for virtual machine.
> > Liscense is still activated b/c it is my Wife's machine now. I am just
> > exploring to see I can get it to work (learned about the activation from
> > another post).
> > I cannot get any of the additional setup discs to work (SP1 updates to
> > load
> > on the Virtual XP). My understanding was that you could have a full copy
> > with all the bells and whistles (virtually) as if it were installed as
> > your
> > normal, everyday operating system.
> > Am I missing something? (b/c I can't get the setup discs to work to get an
> > updated "virtual" copy.
> > Adam