VPC 2004 SP1 - Hangs or Get "An error has occurred"

Discussion in 'Virtual PC' started by ohaya, Jul 16, 2006.

  1. ohaya

    ohaya Guest


    So, do you think that I should also apply 889677?

    I noticed that 889677 was issued earlier than 899525.

    Since I've already applied 899525, if I want to apply 889677, should I
    FIRST apply 889677, then RE-APPLY 899525?

    Or are the hotfixes cumulative, i.e., does 899525 already contain the
    changes that were included in 889677?

    ohaya, Aug 6, 2006
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  2. ohaya

    Robert Comer Guest

    Hotfixes aren't cumulative. It's probably be safest to apply 889677 and
    then reapply 899525. I really am not sure if it'll fix your problem, but I
    think it's worth a try. You can always uninstall VPC again and apply 899525
    to get back to where you are now.
    Robert Comer, Aug 6, 2006
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  3. ohaya

    ohaya Guest


    VPC seems to be running ok now, with just the one hotfix and DDraw
    disabled. I want to see if it continues to work ok. Also, I posted on
    the Nvidia forum asking about whether the nForce 430 chipset might also
    be doing something like what is described in the 899525 KB article
    (disabling the "Time Stamp Counter").

    Will post again later...

    ohaya, Aug 6, 2006
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