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Need help on Microsoft Virtual Pc 2007


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Digital007

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Need help on Microsoft Virtual Pc 2007

Hi guys,
I need help here. I have installed the virtual pc 2007 from Microsoft and I install Windows XP pro on it.
And I am using Windows XP pro in my computer.

The problem is I can’t connect to Internet via my virtual pc.

And this is what I was searching for more than 2 weeks.
Now I am done with that. I can’t do it without some tech person.
I wake up every day for more than 2 weeks and try to connect the VPC to the Internet but nothing.

For any person can help me with that, I will give 20 USD to anyone can help me with that.

Edited by Digital007, 09 March 2008 - 12:27 PM.

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Change the properties of the Network Adaptor in the Virtual PC profile. You can usually toggle this between a few of them. One of them will get you on the internet.
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ok The problem is sloved.
i should stop the ZoneAlarm first, then open the virtual pc 2007 :)
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You shouldn't have to stop Zonealarm, it should set up its own rule for Virtual PC or you can define one yourself. You don't need to close it.
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