How to Work with Windows XP Mode
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I have a Windows 7 professional - XP mode virtual PC, I am able to creat a SSIS packages on the XP mode virtual PC, I used Execute Process to download file from UNIX server (that works on Windows XP) to windows folder, but does not work from my XP mode.
I am thinking of upgrading to W7 Professional so I can have the XP mode ability in W7.
This is what it says on the Microsoft site:
[h=2]Installing and using Windows XP Mode[/h]To use Windows XP Mode, you need to download and install Windows XP Mode, which is a fully licensed version of Windows XP with Service Pack 3.You also need to download and install Windows Virtual PC, which is the program that runs virtual operating systems on your computer.
When you install a program in Windows XP Mode, the program becomes available for use in both Windows XP Mode and Windows 7.
1--Is the licensed version of Windows XP Mode I download have anything to do with my already licensed version of XP on my other drive ?
In other words, will I have TWO XP licenses.My own and the new one I download?
2--Do I have to purchase the XP Mode Version or is it included with my upgrade purchase price to Windows 7 Professional?
3--My scanner works in Windows 7 but some features, like the film scanner attachment only work under XP.
Will I be able to install the XP scanner software in XP mode without it conflicting with the scanner operation when I use it in Windows 7?
4--How much hard drive space will be used installing XP mode ?
5--Will doing any of this drive me to the brink of insanity ?
I am trying to use an older program that is not supported on 64 bit Windows 7. This program uses a serial port for communication. I installed it on Windows XP Mode and attempted to run the program.
I also mapped the virtual com port to one of the serial ports. The program kind of worked but it looked like most of the communications were getting dropped.
I first tried installing FlashMagic which is supported in Windows 7 and I was able to flash a microcontroller using the serial port without any issues. So I know the com port and drivers are fine.
Next I tried installing FlashMagic on Windows XP Mode since I verified that the com ports and the program work in Windows 7 and the program is supported in XP. The program did not work.
Are com ports not supported in Windows XP Mode? Are they known to be unreliable?
I have tried USB to serial converters and they work but they significantly slower than a direct serial port.
I have read the license agreements for Windows 8 (OEM and Select) and can't find the answer. We are looking to downgrade from Windows 8 to Windows 7 Professional. But then install XP Mode to use proprietary software package that will not work on Windows 7 or in compatibility mode. I am wondering if this will violate any license agreement.
Is there any way to map a Novell drive that is used in Windows XP Mode to Windows 7? I have an old 4.11 implementation of Novell, and I am having issues with 2 apps trying to run correctly from Windows XP Mode.
Is there a way to map the drives and have them appear on the Windows 7 side of My Computer? I can properly map them inside of Windows XP mode with a Novell client, and some of the apps do work, but I am having issue with 2 others that I think I may need the drives mapped locally on Windows 7.
I am putting together a new gaming pc, with the intent of playing new games and some older games. The older games (late 90's) work well in XP, though my new pc will have Windows 7. I would like to be prepared if some of my old games don't work properly in Windows 7.
Should I purchase Windows 7 Pro so I can use XP mode instead of Windows 7 Home? Or, should I plan on dual installing Windows 7 and XP if there are compatibility problems? My new PC will have a 120gb SSD, if it ends up being better to install both OS's entirely, should both be on the SSD for performance?
Though, I suppose I would need to buy another copy of XP as well, so if it's the same either way it may be cheaper and easier to just get Windows 7 Pro.
Also, if it applies, would one scenario be more of a resource hog over the other? From what I understand Windows 7 XP mode would be more taxing overall compared to just booting up into XP. just curious.
When I restart in safe mode both still doesnt work.
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64b
Computer: HP Pavilion p6250
Windows Update KB2641653 prevents sleep mode from functioning. I used restore point and sleep mode works fine. After installing the update, sleep mode does not work, computer goes into hibernation. I am using Windows 7 64-bit.
Note that this update is part of a large number of updates for March 2012. I installed each of the updates separately in order to isolate this one which causes the issue with sleep mode.
I recently built my machine. it was working fine doing things in windows and out. I have an SSD now and liked how smoothly the computer would resume from the default sleep mode power settings that came with Windows 7, so for the first time I've actually been using them on my desktop.
However, since installing sp1, sleep no longer seems to work. when I woke up this morning and when I came home from work, the computer was not in sleep mode. normally I expect to see the power button flashing, and in neither case it was.
When I start the computer it asks me how I want to enter windows, just like it does normally if windows crashes. everything else on my computer is working as expected.
Here's my problem : Everytime I try to put my computer in sleep mode it try to go into sleep mode but exit sleep mode immediately. I explain, my screen turns off, my keyboard + mice light goes off, then all the led in my pc (fan led) flash down for a microsecond and restart, after this my screen turns on and I'm on the windows login screen.
I try several things and come to this. When I unplug my keyboard (Logitech G15) and then go into sleep mode everything work perfectly (sleep mode work and stay). I spotted the source of the problem but cannot solve it.