Set your physical CD drive as your virtual machine's CD and check the BIOS settings of your VM so that it could boot from a CD.lemontree said:I use Virtual PC 2004 on Windows XP Pro and I tried to install Windows 95, but it won't boot from the retail Windows 95 CD. What do I have to do?
Sorry, can't help there, but maybe there is some info here that will:lemontree said:I have set booting from the CD. Remember, I'm doing this all on VPC 2004 and not my physical PC. I've tried using a Win 95 boot floppy, but it left me hanging there, with messages waiting for me to reply.
Is there any way that I can make a 'home-made' bootable Win 95 CD?
I thought MS had nothing to do with using motherboards. Just that this chip set came out way after Win95 was released.mp72 said:That's because microsoft decided to use a motherboard that windows95 doesn't have the default drivers for (Intel 440BX chipset).
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