XP Pro Host, VP 2007 SP1, Win 7 Beta having network issues

Discussion in 'Virtual PC' started by Dan Rhea, Jan 14, 2009.

  1. Dan Rhea

    Dan Rhea Guest

    Hi Everyone,

    When I finished my initial install of Windows 7 Beta on a Virtual PC (1Gb of
    RAM, 16+ GB disk), everything looked good... I downloaded and installed
    Kaperskey AV for Win 7 Beta and I started having network problems.

    1. Duplicate IP Address detected errors
    2. IE stopped working (claiming DNS problems).

    I jumped through several hoops and was finally able to uninstall the AV
    program but the network errors (the second one anyway have persisted).

    Also of note, when I go into the Device Manager in Win 7, all looks good
    except something called "Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface" which is getting
    an error 10 (cannot start).

    Any ideas?

    Host system is a Core Duo laptop running Windows XP Pro SP3. 2 GB RAM and a
    64GB Harddrive. Virtual PC 2008 is the 32 bit version with SP1 installed. Win
    7 is also the 32 bit version.
    Dan Rhea, Jan 14, 2009
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    Dan Rhea Guest

    I hate when I end up answering my own questions...

    Now that I'm not running the virtual system in full screen mode, I noticed
    "Install or Update Virtual Machine Additions" under the Action menu... I
    installed, I rebooted, Network issue solved.

    On the other hand... sound doesn't work... since other people are seeing the
    same issue, I'll lurk a while and see if it gets solved for someone else.
    Dan Rhea, Jan 14, 2009
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    robinb Guest

    do the windows update on mp3's that seemed to work for me
    robinb, Jan 15, 2009
  4. Dan Rhea

    Dan Rhea Guest

    It did indeed Robin... Thank you

    And thanks to Bo Bergland in the "No sound in Windows 7"... his suggestions
    for those of us who installed as "Other" insteasd of "Vista" worked like a
    Dan Rhea, Jan 15, 2009
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    robinb Guest

    I have sound now but it is real choppy, I wonder why

    robinb, Jan 15, 2009
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