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Oracle VM drivers

Postby Madbrain » 2018-03-12 08:25

Good morning,

I have an old licensed copy of Windows 7 32bits and I want to install it on a virtual machine created with Oracle VM.
After installing the Oracle software I tried to boot the machine with the cdrom, it starts correctly, but as I try to start the installation it asks me a driver for the cdrom.
I suspect it is the sata driver, I tried to switch the chipset from PIIX3 to ICH9 but didn't work.

Do you know where can I find this driver?

Thank you.
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Re: Oracle VM drivers

Postby Madbrain » 2018-03-13 11:01

I solved this problem by changing the type of media from Sata to Ide, then the installation went fine
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Re: Oracle VM drivers

Postby makh » 2018-03-15 22:56

Hi

Please mark titled as [SOLVED]

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