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it might be wise to choose to only enable Kernelex for programs manually set to use it during the installation process. You will be able to access these programs normally from the start menu, but they will load in XP, removing any compatibility issues. i think this should be fully resolved before microsoft releases windows 7, otherwise it will just end up in the burner like vista. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - XP Programs on Windows7 by sirpaul1 / August 21, 2009 12:00 PM PDT In reply to: Can I run my current Windows XP navigate here

The answer is - it depends. Reply With Quote 29-05-2012,00:37 #3 nick12ab View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Senior Member Join Date Jan 2011 Location UK Posts 4,463 Blog Entries14 Originally Posted by They will show you what programs/hardware will work with Windows 7, and any issues that might exist. A 2GB or 3GB C: partition would do [I use only 1.96GB] if you hold only the "Windows" & "Program Files" [plus odds] on C: B.

Also what your boot order is and type it as it is written such as 1st boot dveice: floppy Second boot device: CD-ROM 3rd boot device: HDD-0 I'm leaning on the Jun 2007, 21:53 Top Reply with quote Re: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes by mpack » 23. Installing the font was the last thing the setup program did.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Almost Definitely by Kurogin / August 21, 2009 1:43 PM PDT In

Each Virtual Windows has its own reality that beleives it is all alone with its hardware, and sees the other Virtual Window as a Networked PC. just a rumor i herd. 7 12/28/2008 (3:21 pm) by willyo756s willyo756s (1 Posts) I installed a new hard drive in my computer and copied the old hard drive into There are some 32 bit programs (only a few) that simply will not run on a 64 bit OS. like makin a boot floppy) because i cant quite understand it but it seems like its the only 1 that has a chance of working thanks a lot paul i hope

Mouse(contributed by stefan.becker)VirtualBox 4.1 provides for Windows-98-compatible USB tablet device.Enable USB Tablet: VM->Settings->System->Enable Absolute pointing devicethen do: (enable Windows-98 mode)VBoxManage setextradata "VM name" "VBoxInternal/USB/HidMouse/0/Config/CoordShift" 0docs: "12.3.8 USB tablet coordinates ... I've heard about some sort of XPvirtualization program on Windows 7 that will allow me to runXP programs. Modernize and let grandpa log in to Windows XP.Wait until you see the price of Virtual Windows before making your decision! Have you ever thought about Linux?

It doesn't come with the OS, but you can download it and install it free. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. There is also another alternative. The 'Easy Transfer' works by copying these files and settings to a USB drive, by network, or by an 'Easy Transfer Cable'.

Windows 7 Professional (one step up from Home Premium) and Windows 7 Ultimate both have access to a piece of software called "XP Mode." This is a free download from Microsoft my response So if you're newbie, you should use Windows 98 SE bootable CD.Additionally I strongly suggest to limit system RAM to 512 MB for those OSes. So for most users, for whom the major benefit (more addressable memory) doesn't matter, it's worth thinking twice (3 times, 4 times) about going the 64-bit route. Lastly, if the program still refuses to run, you can use a virtualization program.

Specifically I had to, before installing the new drivers, first make sure USB and USB 2.0 was enabled in the VM settings, then boot the guest, go into Win98SE device manager http://webadapt.org/moved-to/moved-to-hardware-forum-boot-error-02b0-diskette-error.php in Windows 98 guests"6. Linux would give a modern OS to the aging h/w and would offer more security. Have some programs had to use a compatibility mode?

After that I had no problem with reading from a modern USB flash drive - though of course the drive has to be FAT formatted since Win98SE doesn't understand NTFS. I believe this is causing all sorts of conflicts right now as it will not load. It works very slow this way.Having 32-bit True Color driver makes Win98 VMs run on VirtualBox *much* faster.If you want True color or high resolution, you need to download special drivers.3.1. his comment is here But I have a lot of programs onmy current XP Home system that I want to continue running.Some of them are fairly new, and I don't want to pay toupgrade all

A table lamp I bought in 1960 somehow still manages to work when I plug it in to my wall. The good news : I have 5.5.1 running under Windows 98 SE. Forums > Software > Can I swap my hard drive with operating system to another motherboard? "Can I swap my hard drive with operating system to another motherboard?" Started 6/15/2007 by

I have attempted to change the Bios to load from the DVD but it isnt being recognized.

I believe everything would be fine except the computer tells me that all files are currently in "lock /." I reboot the computer and attempt to give the unlock command but I keep the Windows and Office installation files on this 12GB G: partition. Each Virtual Window will see the other one as a networded PC. This is the Windows NT / 2000 forum.

There has been, until recently, very little rhyme or reason as to which CPUs had this and which didn't. I installed Zoo Tycoon 2 and it worked. A. weblink Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Windows XP Program Compatability by RyGuy121 / August 21, 2009 1:36 PM PDT In reply to: Can I run my current Windows XP

Shared FoldersSince VirtualBox shared folders won't work, there are other ways, such as SMB/Windows File Sharing. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. It's free and the contributions from the Linux community have made it absolutely spectacular. The app, when copied from another system, works fine.

oh yeah dont forget run smartdrv !! 13 8/21/2009 (11:38 pm) by sangre1077 sangre1077 (2 Posts) I recently tried this with XP pro all you do is get the blue But if i was trying to use the computer on a regular basis I would make sure I had the right drivers installed. *the OS on the drive was 98, but Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Most likely but not always by baddawgg / August 21, 2009 1:02 PM PDT In reply to: Can I run my current Windows Stay logged in Sign up now!

If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. {Moved from NT/2000 Forum} - Windows 98 programming error Discussion in 'Earlier Versions I need to do mine today and cant risk losing anything on my HD 19 4/19/2011 (7:09 pm) by ajay84 ajay84 (10 Posts) i am not having any issues with I have a photo editing program that I love to use (because it is simple and uncomplicated) but it does not work with my current operating system. I could install the font manually (after copying it from the other PC) and all was fine.

or spend time troubleshooting it? Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? HOWEVER, you need a copy of each operating system that you want to install under virtual PC.