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#510
Re: networking.. 8 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0
Network Statistics

Adapter 1
Data Transmitted 0B
Data Received 0B

hm i dont know why it's sending/not sending/.
by the way in Network Connections, i do Not have the wireless icon, only the local area connection icon
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#511
Re: networking.. 8 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 52
ok, this indicates absolutely no network activity.

You can try to reboot the vm.

Also try to run "devmgmt.msc" in cmd inside XP vm, and check network settings.

You said your guest is XP, right? just want to double check
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#513
Re: networking.. 8 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0
hey omg never mind thanks for your time
i figured out that i had to check "cable connected"
i thought it was supposed to be disconnected since i was using wireless and that the guest os would have aa wireless configurator lol.

my mistake, sorry

moving on to another question
can i run programs that are located on my Host C:/ drive from the Guest OS?

and under Devices -> Sharing Folders -> Machine Folders, there was nothing located under Machine folders, i had to add the C:/ Folder to the Transient Folders..
but after i did that, i could access my host c drive from the guest os... so im assuming it is correct

EDIT: sorry for the extra reply you had to make... this program is genius lol and it's working great
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Re: networking.. 8 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 52
great it works! I was starting to scratch my head.

If you can access H:\c from vm, that means all is setup ok. Now if you install apps to the vm, it will show up in Windows 7 Start menu.

if not, pls let me know
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