Not indefinitely, just very, very slow. Must have been at least an hour, followed by a few more hours to finish unpacking files. Once it finished unpacking files, the rest of the install ran at more-or-less normal speed. It's now up and running as a virtual Win 7 on real Win 7 (both RTM), with a few issues:I am trying to create a Virtual PC 2007 - Windows 7 virtual machine. The installation stops at the second stage "Expanding Windows files (0%)...". It will stay at 0% indefinitely.
An ISO is an image file of the install CD. You create an install CD from the ISO image. There are ways to mount an ISO so that you don't have to write the ISO to media. However this is only an option, if you do not need to reboot.And when you "run" the iso, is it like an install CD?
Thanks, I allready knew that, but what I meant was, when you download the iso image for XP mode, is the iso image and iso of the installtion dvd?An ISO is an image file of the install CD. You create an install CD from the ISO image. There are ways to mount an ISO so that you don't have to write the ISO to media. However this is only an option, if you do not need to reboot.
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