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I install HYPER-V to my Windows 2008 and i installed XP SP3, the network adapter and video controller cannot be recognized...I couldn't find the menu item in Hyper-V for those...Where?

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I install HYPER-V to my Windows 2008 and i installed XP SP3 as guest OS, the network adapter and video controller cannot be recognized in my XP in device manager...I couldn't find the menu item in Hyper-V for those...Where are they?

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You need to install the integration components. Stop your Hyper-V VM then right-clickt it go to settings this where you see your hardware components. Click on network adapter and add a legacy adapter.
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Thanks for your response dariusg...

I added the legacy adapter and my network problem in virtual machines have gone...But I cannot have a full screen in my XP SP3 (my guest OS) and i think the problem is still related with my VGA adapter in my guest OS...

Please examine my screenshots...

Best regards...
GuestXP-DeviceManager.jpg
Hyper-V-Settings-Where-is-VGA-Se.jpg
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you are right again dariusg...:)
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dariusg is swift indeed...
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