Free Ebook Downloads for the use of Microsoft Virtual PC for Windows 7 Microsoft Virtual PC is an application that can run Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Ultimate and Windows 7 Enterprise, in addition to Windows Virtual PC 7 also applications in Windows Vista and Windows XP. Using Microsoft Virtual PC, we can run multiple operating systems simultaneously, the first use of Virtual PC.
Here are the contents of the e-book that contains tutorials using Microsoft Virtual PC in Windows 7:
A. Information for current users of Microsoft Virtual PC are:
These are the new features of Windows Virtual PC
• Windows Virtual PC only supports Windows 7 host.
• USB 2.0 support, virtual machines (“VMs”).
• Windows XP Mode – virtualized applications running in virtual machine to run smoothly
Windows 7 Desktop as resource persons native to Windows 7
• Automatic publishing of virtualized applications running in a VM for Windows 7
• Multithreading-Each virtual machine acts as its own thread.
• Support for higher resolution, support for Direct X, Windows, and Windows 7
• integrated into the Windows Explorer shell and features of Windows 7 Super Bar.
• Simplified user interface.
• Supports DEP / NX in the VM.
• Support for the EPT / NPT for virtual machines.
B. Setup and install
a.Special Hardware requirements
• Windows Virtual PC requires a processor with Intel ® Virtualization Technology or AMD-V ®
function enabled (enabled in the BIOS). Most modern systems ship with virtualization
The disabled in the BIOS extensions. You must enable these extensions, and instructions
to allow virtualization vary by equipment suppliers. AMD Virtualization
is called AMD-V ®, the virtualization of Intel called Intel ® VT. In addition, you
disable TXT (Trusted Execution Technology in the BIOS).
b. How to enable processor virtualization extensions
What is happening in the system BIOS. Since each OEM has different layouts of the BIOS
nonstandard extensions to allow virtualization of the processor in the BIOS,
c. Integration of plant components (VA)
“Integration Components” • run in VM guests and communicate directly with
operating on the host computer through which the user smoother
Integration components are sets of binaries improve the experience of VM. For
For example, you move the mouse between guest and host applications, it is
It also offers features such as shared disk, printer redirection, clipboard sharing and
Sharing of smart cards.
C. Windows XP Mode
Windows XP Mode is pre-activated copy of Windows XP SP3 VHD file format. For
licensed users of Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate or Enterprise, Virtual
Windows XP, it is easier for users to see the adoption of Windows Virtual PC as a solution for
application compatibility. To facilitate the user experience, a “Sysprep” and
Compressed VHD of Windows XP SP3 is available from the Download Center
at www.microsoft.com. VHD to simplify the installation and the installation of Windows XP Mode
with minimal intervention from the user.
D. application virtual
Virtual application by publishing
“Virtual Application” in this application refers to the attitude of the VM that can be executed as seamlessly, as if the application was a report for the operating system installed on the host computer. You may not be aware of
Underlying VM running on the application.
Links to a virtual application to be released from the Start menu in Windows 7 with Windows 7 Filesresiding host computer for remote applications.
Published applications are virtual sometimes called the “Rail-ed” applications. RAIL stands for “remote application integrated locally.”
You can publish a number of applications in the VM. Starting the first virtual
VM application will take longer to start and access to the VM.
E. Networking in the virtual machine
Network available in virtual machine options
In the virtual machine configuration, you can specify a maximum of four (4) emulated
adapters. You can assign each its own network card to any emulated
installed on a physical computer. Adapters for a variety of possibilities:
• No connection: When this option is not available for networking the VM.
• Internal Network: This option allows networking between virtual machines on
• Shared Networking (NAT): This is a virtual NAT (Network Address BETWEEN
This allows the virtual machine to exploit the external TCP / IP
connected to the Windows 7 machine. This is useful if you are
move equipment between different network configurations.
NAT performance is not as good as the bridge mode.
• USB host: (Note: this option displays the name of
drop-down menu). This is also known as closed. When this
selected, the virtual machine is connected directly to the selected
connecting Windows 7 host. The virtual machine from the AP
behave like a separate physical computer on the same network
system is a wireless adapter, his name appears in the drop-down menu.
F. VM Creation and Management
Change the virtual machine configuration
Change the RAM allocated to the virtual machine
Restart option is not on the menu in the virtual machine. How I can restart?
Passing the Pre-boot (bios screen / network boot)
Stop down a VM
PXE installation of the operating system on a virtual machine
I noticed that I can not resize or move full screen on a Windows XP virtual machine. Why?
Renaming a VM
Moving VMC and VHD files VMCX
Remove a VMC file or VHD VMCX
Why give my username Pls VM to resize the window?
I added without system administrator privileges and the Ministry of Finance. But the new user can access VM.Why?
Adding additional disks to a VM