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  1. Posts : 1,777
    Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC/Windows 7 Ultimate
       #11

    I had to make a video to help with this issue because it's not hard at all (or shouldn't be) to run this program in a virtual environment. In this case Windows 7 inside VMware Workstation Player. You can grab the ISO file of Windows 7 Pro 64 here from Microsoft themselves. It's ~ 5.5 GB in size. https://download.microsoft.com/download/0/6/3/06365375-C346-4D65-87C7-EE41F55F736B/7601.24214.180801-1700.win7sp1_ldr_escrow_CLIENT_PROFESSIONAL_x64FRE_en-us.iso


    Now watch this non-pro instructional video. LOL Chose 1080p and full screen if you can.









    Yes, I sound like a wind tunnel. It's the Mic I'm using. I chose this Mic over the other one I have here for better audio capability. But unfortunately it seems to pick up your breathing very closing. I have an online gamer friend with this same Mic and it does the same thing to him as well.
    Last edited by F22 Simpilot; 25 Feb 2023 at 08:50.
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  2. Posts : 452
    win 10 64 bit os x64 based processor now with 20h2 update
    Thread Starter
       #12

    thanks for that video i may wind up doing that. if my drive has the room, i have to check that out soon
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  3. WXC
    Posts : 12,491
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 22H2 19045.3693
       #13

    F22 Simpilot said:
    ...Now watch this non-pro instructional video. LOL Chose 1080p and full screen if you can.

    Yes, I sound like a wind tunnel.
    LOL

    Not at all. I think you did a good job with everything. Simple and easy to follow.

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  4. Posts : 1,777
    Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC/Windows 7 Ultimate
       #14

    Thanks.

    BTW, OP (Original Poster). I kept saying VMware Tools for things that were NOT VMware Tools. VMware Tools is a driver (or series of drivers) for VMware that provide functionality for things like copying/pasting files and text between the guest (VMware) and host (your computer). As a side note, if you were running VMware for browsing the internet for absolute security you'd never install VMware Tools in an effort to maintain isolation between the guest and host. Transferring files is now done with a local FTP server or something else.

    Anyway...
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