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As soon as i start a vhd file it opens the OS into full screen i am not able to get it in a small screen.

Posted on 2008-10-01
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Hi,

As soon as i start a vhd file it opens the OS into full screen i am not able to get it in a small screen.
How can i change this to the default.
Virtual PC

When in full screen how can i press Crtl + Alt + del.
REgards
Sharath
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by:Andres Perales
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press right alt + del to send the ctrl + alt + del
once you are in the os then just right click you desktop and change you display settings that will reduce the size of you virutal window
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tigermatt earned 500 total points
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Every input you make to a Virtual Machine is usually made using the Right Alt key on the keyboard. That is the Alt Gr key to the right of the Space Bar - the "Alt" to the left will NOT work. You can then press the Delete button to submit a Ctrl + Alt + Delete.

If your VM is starting in Full Screen mode, you may also be able to take the VM software out of Full Screen by pressing Right Alt and the Enter key, which may un-maximise it so you can access your host computer.

Remember you can always access the host computer by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Delete, which will ALWAYS show Task Manager on the host.

Matt
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by:bsharath
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One Q here Matthew...
What is the password used for Vm's that are downloaded from Microsoft site...
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by:tigermatt
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Have you checked in the "Readme" file which is included with the VHD? I'm pretty sure it's included there.
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by:bsharath
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These VHD files i have them from a couple of years i dont have any other files than the vhd files...
These are Microsoft Windows 2003 DC vhd files
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by:bsharath
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Thank Matthew got it...
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