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  • I cant install Virtual PC 2004/2007

    Hello everyone ,
    I have the following problem

    Notebook : Lenovo R61i No Intel™ Virtualization Technology
    OS : windows 7

    Well now is the problem ..up there no problem actually

    I want to install Microsoft Virtual PC 2004 ...i got incompatibility issues.

    I want to install Windows Virtual PC beta ... i Havent got IVT...
    www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc

    What else can i install from MS...atm i dont want to use VMWARE.

    Thank you

  • #2
    Re: I cant install Virtual PC 2004/2007

    You could try Microsoft's Virtual Server 2005 R2, but it's showing signs of age. Why don't you want to use VMWare?
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    • #3
      Re: I cant install Virtual PC 2004/2007

      I have installed VirtualPC 2007 SP1 on my Windows7 machine at home and it works without any problem.
      VirtualServer 2005 R2 does not work on Vista, hence it will not work on Windows7 also.

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      • #4
        Re: I cant install Virtual PC 2004/2007

        Originally posted by sorinso View Post
        VirtualServer 2005 R2 does not work on Vista, hence it will not work on Windows7 also.
        Say what? I've been using Virtual Server on my Vista machine for a while. I didn't use any tricks either... in fact, I've never even heard that it doesn't work on Vista.
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        • #5
          Re: I cant install Virtual PC 2004/2007

          Hello ,

          Notebook : Lenovo R61i No Intel™ Virtualization Technology
          OS : windows 7

          i dont have IVT ...

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          • #6
            Re: I cant install Virtual PC 2004/2007

            Originally posted by bnoyzf24 View Post
            Hello ,

            Notebook : Lenovo R61i No Intel™ Virtualization Technology
            OS : windows 7

            i dont have IVT ...
            And the question is??????????????????

            Put the laptop back in the box, take it back to the shop and tell the salesman.... that you need one with IVT.

            This appears to be an old(er) model and as such doesn't have what you require. It is not a piece of software that can be installed to make it IVT complient.

            The CPU specs. http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=31788

            Looks like you need a new laptop.
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            • #7
              Re: I cant install Virtual PC 2004/2007

              Originally posted by bnoyzf24 View Post
              Notebook : Lenovo R61i No Intel™ Virtualization Technology
              OS : windows 7

              i dont have IVT ...
              Originally posted by biggles77 View Post
              And the question is??????????????????
              Methinks the question is: "I can't use VPC 2004 because of compatibility problems and can't use anything that needs IVT because of hardware incompatibility and don't want to use anything non-MS... so now what?" And the answer is you can run Virtual Server on Windows 2007, but it's messy. Really messy. And unsupported.

              bnoyzf24, if you really don't want to use VMware (Why?!) then quoth the Biggles, "Nevermore!"

              Originally posted by biggles77 View Post
              Put the laptop back in the box, take it back to the shop and tell the salesman.... that you need one with IVT.
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              • #8
                Re: I cant install Virtual PC 2004/2007

                Methinks he want to use Windows 7 and XP mode. XP will not run as intended with out VT. Well that's what I think but until we get an answer it is all a guessing game.
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                • #9
                  Re: I cant install Virtual PC 2004/2007

                  Originally posted by bnoyzf24 View Post
                  Hello ,

                  Notebook : Lenovo R61i No Intel™ Virtualization Technology
                  OS : windows 7

                  i dont have IVT ...
                  VirtualPC2007 does not require VT. I gave you the link in my previous post, I would have expected at least you take a look at it.
                  And please don't bold text on me, I know how to read...
                  Originally posted by Nonapeptide View Post
                  Say what?
                  Windows Vista is not a supported host OS for VirtualServer 2005 SP1. Students in the class I teach had a tough time installing it. Any other Version beside Vista Ultimate gave error messages from the very start.
                  Anyway, I am glad you get it working. Nevertheless, it is not something I would like to start debugging it on this forum.
                  Originally posted by biggles View Post
                  This appears to be an old(er) model and as such doesn't have what you require
                  Not all new processors have the VT option included. One can check this through Intel's site (for Intel processors, of course).
                  Without any relevance to the previous subject: VT is not necessary neither for VirtualPC nore Virtual Server. Only Hyper-V, ESX and alike need that.

                  Sorin Solomon

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                  • #10
                    Re: I cant install Virtual PC 2004/2007

                    But it is if you want to run XP Mode on a Windows 7 physical machine. bnoyzf24 may think that you could run Windows 7 (on VPC 2007) and then run XP Mode insde that. This may be why VT is thought to be required.

                    I think we should wait for bnoyzf24 to post back and expand on what exactly he (or she) wants to actually do.
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                    • #11
                      Re: I cant install Virtual PC 2004/2007

                      It seams that biggles77 gets me
                      Sry for my bad explication of the problem.

                      Thats true biggles i have Windows 7 installed on the notebook and i want to run xp in a vpxxxx from MS not Vmware ..(without IVT)

                      its ok guys now i use vmware...

                      Peace ///

                      Sorinso
                      Sry about the bold stuff it wasnt Hostile in any way ...as u surely took it.
                      And sry for telling you this but i must : If u were bothered for the bold text , then u shouldnt have use it in ur next line as "mean" as u did.

                      As for your first post :

                      "I have installed VirtualPC 2007 SP1 on my Windows7 machine at home and it works without any problem.
                      VirtualServer 2005 R2 does not work on Vista, hence it will not work on Windows7 also."
                      Look at the Attachment .

                      As for the
                      "Not all new processors have the VT option included. One can check this through Intel's site (for Intel processors, of course).
                      Without any relevance to the previous subject: VT is not necessary neither for VirtualPC nore Virtual Server. Only Hyper-V, ESX and alike need that."

                      i never said that you need IVT for VPC 2007 but for VPC beta http://www.microsoft.com/windows/vir.../download.aspx
                      u need IVT.
                      Attached Files
                      Last edited by bnoyzf24; 4th June 2009, 08:41.

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                      • #12
                        Re: I cant install Virtual PC 2004/2007

                        bnoyzf24, most of your post was totally unnecessary. You have been a member long enough to know how to post. Those who contributed had to play guessing games because you didn't provide sufficient information.

                        Then you post an almost duplicate of you initial post but this time with unwarranted BOLD text. A single bold word is a highlighting tool. What you did seems more like extended shouting and the Moderator of this Forum, a Virtual PC specialist, was rightly in my opinion offended by the attitude of your text. You then followed it up berating the Moderator in you final post.

                        Sorin and all the other Moderators provide a great deal of their time willingly and freely to help members like yourself who have problems as do a great many of our highly valued members. They should all be thanked for any contribution to your thread and not treated like you have done here.

                        Do NOT let this happen again. Thank you!! (It's not nice when typed like that is it.)
                        1 1 was a racehorse.
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                        • #13
                          Re: I cant install Virtual PC 2004/2007

                          First of all , im a very peacefull person and second , RESPECT is one of the word from witch i guide my entire life .

                          Second , sry that my explinations are so bad its probably because i dont speak english so well.

                          Third : I didnt disrespect anyone , not even Sorin , and more i dont consider the bolding of a text screaming , a screaming text in my opinion is when u use a lot of "!!!" or "????". i consider it like a highlight , like a more attention sign ...and not like Sorin sugested that i said he cant read.

                          Then you asked what was the question followed by a lots of "?"

                          in my first post it was a "What else can i install from MS...atm i dont want to use VMWARE."..Its True i forgot the question mark ...

                          About the berating , i googled the word cause i didnt knew it , still not sure of it ..but in case it means that i disrespect him , or scream at him , i didnt , i just said that he said he installed VPC 2007 with no problem and i send him the pictures to show him that i doesnt work for me , and not in any way to prove him that he is wrong , i post it to ask for help...


                          Anyways sry for all this and i will not use bold again....

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