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Re:VMLite XP Mode in Seven - O.K. - but under VMWare 8 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 52
Thanks. I have enlarged the image size, and uploaded below

I assume your host is VT-x or AMD-V enabled? The fact that VMLite is not slow inside VMware indicates that VMware simply dispatches the special instructions to VMLite, without another layer of emulation.

Screenshot 1: (VMLite in VMWare 7, seamless view, per Uwe)



Screenshot 2: (VMLite in VMWare 7, desktop view, per Uwe)

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Re:VMLite XP Mode in Seven - O.K. - but under VMWare 8 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 52
From the screenshots, I saw some shortcuts pointing to xp vm, did you create them by hand? for example, [VML]Wordpa
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Re:VMLite XP Mode in Seven - O.K. - but under VMWare 8 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 1
admin wrote:
I assume your host is VT-x or AMD-V enabled? The fact that VMLite is not slow inside VMware indicates that
VMware simply dispatches the special instructions to VMLite, without another layer of emulation.


Maybe, I don't know what the developers at VMWare do, for me it's only interesting, that is works.

And yes, you are right! In this little test-computer is a "Intel Core i7-920 2,66GHz" with about
12 GB DDR3-RAM 1333.


admin, do you think that everything is O.K. with the wordwrap in this thread ???
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Re:VMLite XP Mode in Seven - O.K. - but under VMWare 8 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 1
admin wrote:
From the screenshots, I saw some shortcuts pointing to xp vm,
did you create them by hand? for example, [VML]Wordpa


Certainly, who else should do it at my computer. But it's nothing special,
"Internet Explorer" is just not enough for me, to start from host.
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Re:VMLite XP Mode in Seven - O.K. - but under VMWare 8 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0
uwe wrote:
admin wrote:
I assume your host is VT-x or AMD-V enabled? The fact that VMLite is not slow inside VMware indicates that
VMware simply dispatches the special instructions to VMLite, without another layer of emulation.


Maybe, I don't know what the developers at VMWare do, for me it's only interesting, that is works.

And yes, you are right! In this little test-computer is a "Intel Core i7-920 2,66GHz" with about
12 GB DDR3-RAM 1333.


admin, do you think that everything is O.K. with the wordwrap in this thread ???


ups,
what should be the big one computer then???
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Re:VMLite XP Mode in Seven - O.K. - but under VMWare 8 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 1
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ups,
the big one computer then???

Sorry, but my english ist to bad, I'cant understand what you mean with that.
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