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Zurlo c'è
30-10-2001, 12:41
Aeth, che sarebbe di preciso?
Ma soprattutto a che pro??

P.S.
Vista la mia indiscussa maturità ad affrontare le cose e visto che mi è stato chiuso un topic pieno di spunti interessanti annuncio che non farò più nessun tipo di topic in questo canale gestito da l'amico di Toaf.



:bleach:
:hello:

Kopl
30-10-2001, 12:58
Ne avevo sentito parlare anch'io, ma ho pensato che fosse na presa per il culo.

Spieeegati Aeth

Wayne
30-10-2001, 13:26
http://www.vmware.com

:D

(Zurlo, perche' posti con l'altro account? :confused: )

Alka Stealther
30-10-2001, 15:08
Originally posted by Zurlo c'è
P.S.
Vista la mia indiscussa maturità ad affrontare le cose e visto che mi è stato chiuso un topic pieno di spunti interessanti annuncio che non farò più nessun tipo di topic in questo canale gestito da l'amico di Toaf.


infatti non era male come topic, soprattutto il post d'esordio...
Tra l'altro chi è Toaf? visto che dovrei essere suo amico almeno che sappia di chi stai parlando

Aetheros
30-10-2001, 19:32
Allora la famosa Connetix quella che sforna emulatori PSX per le piu' amene piattaforme, ha fatto uscire la scorsa settimana un update per il Virtual PC, ovvero l'emulatore di PC per PC.. e che akkazzo serve?
Semplice se avete win2k potete emulare Win 98 e mi pare persino l'ME.. or ora non so cosa ci voglia di preciso , l'ho scaricato or ora e occupa 9, 5 mega e rotti... cmq da quello che dice la press release sere a far girare molta roba sotto dos puro che in teoria non potrebbe e altre finezze...

aspetto l'installazione vi posto il ReadMe (se c'e')

Aetheros
30-10-2001, 19:36
come volevasi dimostrare non me ne faccio un cazzo... vabbe'..ora lo disinstallo :gha:

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Read Me for
Connectix Virtual PC for Windows
Technology Preview
April 2001
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



This document provides late breaking information about Connectix Virtual PC for Windows
Technology Preview.

Although Connectix Virtual PC for Windows software appears to operate normally on our
test computers, we do not recommend using this software for mission critical data.



=========
CONTENTS
=========

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Processor
Memory
Local Area Networking (Optional)
Disk Drives
Display
Host Operating Systems
INSTALLATION
Installing Virtual PC for the First Time
Uninstalling Virtual PC
AREAS OF POSSIBLE CONFUSION
Capturing Floppies
Windows 2000
Windows Me
Automatic Release Of The Floppy
Split Disk Image Files
UNAVAILABLE FEATURES
LEGACY DRIVE IMAGES
KNOWN ISSUES
Choppy Audio
Numlock Key
KEYBOARD COMMANDS
Host Key
CTRL+ALT+DEL
Host Key+Enter
Host Key+P
Host Key+R
Host Key+L


=====================
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
=====================


To run Connectix Virtual PC for Windows, your computer must meet the following
minimum requirements:

Processor - 266MHz or faster processor that supports the Pentium instruction set
(500MHz or faster recommended). Compatible processors include Intel: Celeron,
Pentium II, Pentium III, Pentium 4. AMD: K6-III, Duron, Athlon.L2 cache required.

Memory - Sufficient memory to run the Windows Millennium, Windows NT(r) or
Windows(r) 2000 host operating system plus memory required for each guest
operating system and applications on the host and guest. Minimum: 128MB (1 Guest);
recommended: 256MB (2 Guests) plus 64MB for each additional Guest.

Local Area Networking (Optional) - Any Ethernet controller supported by the Windows
host operating system.

Disk Drives - Hard Disk with 16MB free disk space required for basic install and
300MB to 2000MB free disk space recommended for each guest dependent on operating
systems and applications. CD-ROM Drive required for installation.

Display - True Color (16-bit) or greater required (24-bit or higher recommended).

Host Operating Systems - Windows NT Workstation 4.0 and Windows NT Server 4.0,
with Service Pack 6 or 6a; Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Server, and
Windows 2000 Advanced Server; or Windows Millennium. Internet Explorer 4.0 or
higher required for help system.

=============
INSTALLATION
=============


Installing Virtual PC for the First Time

1. When installing or uninstalling on Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000 you need to
have administrator rights. Logging in without administrator rights and trying
to run setup will fail.

2. Locate the self-extracting EXE you downloaded from the Connectix website, and
double click the file Connectix Virtual PC Setup.exe to start the installation
wizard.

4. After the installation is complete, launch Virtual PC from the Start menu (you
will need to restart your PC).

5. Once installed, you will be prompted for a serial number upon running Virtual PC
for the first time. This serial number is located on your cover letter that you
received with your original CD-ROM disk.


Uninstalling Virtual PC

1. When installing or uninstalling on Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000 you need to
have administrator rights. Logging in without administrator rights and trying
to run setup will fail.

2. Browse to In Control Panel, double-click Add/Remove Programs, and then select
Virtual PC.

3. Click on the Add/Remove button to begin the uninstall (Removing Virtual PC does
not delete the drive images).

4. Click on the OK button when asked to confirm file deletion.

5. Restart your computer when the uninstall wizard is finished.


===========================
AREAS OF POSSIBLE CONFUSION
===========================

Capturing Floppies - Capturing floppies works differently on Windows 2000 when
compared to Windows Me.
Windows 2000 - If the host machine has opened the floppy drive inside explorer,
capturing the floppy in the Virtual PC guest will fail.
Windows Me - If the host machine has opened the floppy drive inside explorer, capturing
the floppy will succeed unless the host tries to access the floppy after it has been
captured by the Virtual PC guest.

Automatic Release Of The Floppy - The floppy drive is a legacy device and therefore it
is not possible to always detect if the floppy disk has been ejected or reinserted.
This can create some unexpected behavior which depends on the timing of when the
floppy is released (before versus after the floppy disk has been ejected).

Split Disk Image Files - Virtual PC will automatically split disk image files to
workaround the limitations of some file systems such as Fat16 and Fat32
(Fat16 has a maximum file size limit of 2GB and Fat32 has a maximum file size limit
of 4GB). The split disk image files will be automatically created and named *.v01,
*.v02, *.v03, *v04, etc as your dynamic drive image grows beyond the maximum file
size limit. When moving, copying, or deleting your disk image files, be sure to
include all the disk image files. Also, split disk image files are not compatible
with Virtual PC for Macintosh.


====================
UNAVAILABLE FEATURES
====================

These features are not available under Windows NT:
1. Using unmounted fault-tolerant physical drives.
2. Virtual networking

These features are not available under Windows ME:
1. Virtual networking
2. Direct partition/volume support


===================
LEGACY DRIVE IMAGES
===================

Support for legacy drive images has been removed. Legacy drive images are any drive
images created with an earlier version of Virtual PC for Macintosh.


============
KNOWN ISSUES
============

Audio in Virtual PC is choppy especially on computers at or near the minimum
requirements.

The Numlock key may reflect an incorrect state on the host. This can be toggled on and
off in the keyboard section of the Virtual PC preferences.

====================
KEYBOARD COMMANDS
====================


Host Key - The default host key is the right Alt key now. If the mouse cursor is
trapped within the virtual machine's window, hold down the host key to get your
real (host) cursor back.

CTRL+ALT+DEL - If you want to simulate a Ctrl+Alt+Del in the guest operating system,
you need to use the host key + Del shortcut. The default host key is the right ALT key.

Host Key+Enter - The host key plus Enter is used to toggle full screen mode.

Host Key+P - Toggles between pause/resume.

Host Key+R - Resets the guest PC (identical to pressing the reset button on the front
of your host PC).

Host Key+L - Opens the PC List.

Uraner Almasy
30-10-2001, 23:26
perchè non t serve? (non voglio leggermi quella roba...)

Kopl
31-10-2001, 08:47
Io me la sono letta e mi sembra una puttanata assurda