Solution: View the saved user name to find out if it includes a domain name.
Solution: To restart, use the virtual machine window. To shut down, see Shut down a virtual machine manually.
Cause: This may occur when a virtual application has stopped responding.
This could be caused by network connectivity problems, corporate policies, lack of a fully qualified domain name, or an “access denied” error because of a duplicate computer name.
Solution: Try the following: Cause: This can occur if you saved credentials that are not domain credentials.
Cause: This occurs when one or more of the files required to run Windows XP Mode are missing or not valid.
This can occur if the parent virtual hard disk has been modified.
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This topic covers some common issues you might encounter when using Windows Virtual PC.
My ex was like this about her car as her attitude about her car was "dont know how it works, dont care, i just drive it and refill the fuel when its low, and leave the maintenence to my grandpa".
My mrs is a little the same but because it's a company car.
God forbid what happens to those that have the toaster attitude towards pc's, not because they are ignorant or deserve to be damned in hell forever, but simply BECAUSE THEY DO NOT KNOW ANY BETTER.