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Old 01-12-2003, 01:43 PM   #1
geminyn_1981
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Cool SuSE 7.1 host and winxp guest


hi , i have a dual boot machine with xp and SuSE 7.1 . I installed the first time vmware and when i run the machine to open windows .Then the i run vmware tools and the vm screw up my winxp partition by deleting the drivers for every device.I talk to someone and told me to create a hardware profile 2 in windows just copy paste the already .
1)Where the heck can i find that in win.?
2)Why the vm screw up the drivers of another partition?
I should mention that i used the raw disks to setup the host and the guest o.s.?Plz reply as soon as possible
 
  


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