Lost virtual machine

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  • 1. Virtual PC 2004 SP1
    "Thomas Scheidegger [MVP]" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message news:% XXXX@XXXXX.COM ... > Microsoft Virtual PC 2004 Service Pack 1 Drat, beat me to it. ;-)
  • 2. help for a techno neophyte?
    I admit, I'm one of those people who know just enough to get in trouble, but not enough to solve the problem. Any help, in simple english would be appreciated. I managed to load vpc (an older version, from connectix) onto a computer at work. We have a network running windows 2000. The computer I used is running Windows XP pro and I was logged in under my own name. The problem now is making the virtual operating system accessible to any one else who uses that COMPUTER. The virtual operating system loaded is Windows 98. Thanks so much. Lara
  • 3. VPC2004 and LPT problem....
    I'm in an upgrade plan in my firm, but some device (ergospirometric device) that we use in the lab works only under Windows 98. I try to install VPC 2004 undera Win XP Pro SP2 PC, with a Windows 98 Virtual machine.. all seems to work well, but when i try hardware connection (diagnostic test with the device) i receive a negative answer.... "no cable connected"... Seems that the LPT not communicate.... I've checked Windows 98 LPT settings and in the bios i see is bidirectional.... interrupts and IRQ are the same..... no other device working on host machine. Please help me ! Thank you Andrea
  • 4. connections between vpc and host server
    Hi there, I am a beginner so hopefully you can help me, this is my problem: I use software client/server (server on vpc, client on my operating system) when connected to my corporate lan everything works fine, if I am stand-aone or connected to non corporate lan I cannot put in communication my pc and the vpc (neither pinging, nor changing ip-address etc... they simply do not see each other. This is a problem for me, but most of all I do not understand why: infact the shared folder defined from the vpc console still works fine....) rgds

Lost virtual machine

Postby VernM » Wed, 03 Oct 2007 01:44:32 GMT

I am running Virtual PC 2007 on windows Vista with windows XP in a
virtual machine. The XP virtual machine has dissapeared from the VPC
main window. I can double-click on the VMC file, and I get "Unable to
register this virtual machine". The Virtual hard drive image file is
still intact (13 GB). How do I repair this problem?

Thanks in advance for any help.

Re: Lost virtual machine

Postby Steve Jain » Wed, 03 Oct 2007 02:00:18 GMT

Just create a new VM, which will create a new .vmc file, and use the
existing .vhd.

Steve Jain, Virtual Machine MVP 
I do not work for Microsoft.

Re: Lost virtual machine

Postby VernM » Wed, 03 Oct 2007 07:45:50 GMT

That did the trick, Steve. Thanks for the help.

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