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Ok what's now ?


polas

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Ok guys i have finished my windows 8 to create iso unattended with many registry tweaks but the problem i can't test it.
I have installed useful things also added safe registry tweaks,wallpapers,addons and theme,changed menu to new and disabled metro.
I tried many virual install programs but they do not let me test iso not even to me but also and for other people this is happening.

I tried vmware workstation,virtual pc,virtual box, live mobi cd, nothing helps. :huh:
Maybe some oneone knows why is this happening and why i can't test iso file ?
How to fix this problem i have tried many things and tricks that i have found on internet but nothing works and do not understand why why do they not let it go normaly and bypass or maybe it is not supported for windows 8 ?
I want to ask is there any other program that i can test iso file ?
Thanks.
 

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Mystere

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I assure you, VMware workstation allows you to use .iso files for virtual cd's. If it's not working, then you must have damaged your iso file.
 

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polas

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Maybe but how about i have installed and now using windows 8 and it works.
I think you didn't understand what i wanted to say to you.
I can't install vmware or other programs which are virtual machines programs cuz i do not know why don't they let to to use the program.
I haven't removed anything from original iso files just added useful things and that's it.
Ok there is one my problem that i have uninstalled virtual box from my computer cuz it doesn't work i do not know why.
when i tried to install vmware workstation i forgot to say i got this message (The setup has detected virtual machine on your computer please supend,turn off or delete the virtual machine from your computer.)
but i can't find where i could leave some files on my computer cuz i can't find any files or folders virtual box.
 

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I'm sorry polas, your post is just too confusing. I have no idea what you're asking about.
 

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when i tried to install vmware workstation i forgot to say i got this message (The setup has detected virtual machine on your computer please supend,turn off or delete the virtual machine from your computer.)
but i can't find where i could leave some files on my computer cuz i can't find any files or folders virtual box.
I don't fully understand either sorry, but,

You can only have one Virtual Machine system installed at a time in Win8,
So, if you have Hyper-V installed (which it is not by default) you can not install any other VM software (ie, vmware or vbox)

No 2 different VM applications (hyper-v, vmware, vbox, other) can co-exist on the same Win8 install.
 

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Mystere

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I don't know if that's true. It's likely true that you can't USE two different hypervisors at the same time, but having two installed is likely not an issue.
 

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    nVidia GTX 650
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    Onboard Audio
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    Auria 27" IPS + 2x Samsung 23"
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    Corsair m4 256GB, 2 WD 2TB drives
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You can not install Hyper-V and VMware, Vbox on the same system at the same time.
Only one software application at a time.

You can run as many VM sessions as your system/memory will allow.
 

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    I7-3770K
    Motherboard
    ASUS SABERTOOTH Z77
    Memory
    CORSAIR 8GB 2X4 D3 1866
    Graphics Card(s)
    EVGA GTX680 4GB
    Monitor(s) Displays
    ASUS 24" LED VG248QE
    Hard Drives
    SAMSUNG E 256GB SSD 840 PRO -
    SAMSUNG E 120GB SSD840 -
    SEAGATE 1TB PIPELINE
    PSU
    CORSAIR GS800
    Case
    CORSAIR 600T
    Cooling
    CORSAIR HYDRO H100I LIQUID COOLER
    Keyboard
    THERMALTA CHALLENGER ULT GAME-KYBRD
    Mouse
    RAZER DEATHADDER GAME MS BLK-ED
    Antivirus
    Windows Defender
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    CORSAIR SP120 Fans x 3 -
    NZXT 5.25 USB3 BAY CARD READER -
    HAUPPAUGE COLOSSUS

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