I was trying to connect my Xbox 360 to my shiny new Sony Bravia KDL-46EX720BAEP Flatscreen. I thought it would be sufficient to plugin a HDMI cable and I would be all set. The screen was immediately detected, but I heard no sound from the console. It took me a few minutes to find this awesome hint which allowed me to hear sounds from the Xbox 360 again:
You have to disable the automatic screen detection inside the Xbox 360 console settings. The console will restart and after this restart I was able to hear again.
This time it’s in english 😉 I hope that this will get me faster answers than if I would write it in german. So bear with me please 🙂
Today Microsoft released a public developer beta of Windows 8. I thought it would be nice to test, so I decided to install it on my Macbook Pro with Lion running. Windows 7 runs fine in VMware Fusion 3, however a Windows 8 VM will not boot. You will always get an error like “vcpu-0:NOT_IMPLEMENTED”. Reading this post about configuring Virtual Box, I thought this problem would have something to do with Intel VT-X extensions. However this setting did not fix the problem. Only todays update for Fusion 4 will let you use Windows 8.
I upgraded my Fusion installation and tried my old Windows 7 VM. It works just fine. So I gave Windows 8 another try and configured a new VM, just to be sure. With this VM I am able to start the graphical setup of Windows 8, however it will always ask me for a CD/DVD driver:
I tried using IDE and SCSI HDD configuration, but that did not change anything. The DVD drive is a mounted ISO image, from which the setup boots. I wonder myself why the Windows setup asks for a driver, if it boots from the asked device… anyways I don’t know what else can be done. I already tried to mount the VMware Tools installer (it’s just another ISO mounted to the DVD) and pointed setup to the drivers folder on that ISO image, but setup does not find any drivers at all.
Any hint on solving this problem would be highly appreciated 🙂
Small update: please use Google Translate for an english version. I still need time to think about a good multilanguage solution for this blog 🙂
Es war nur eine Frage der Zeit, bis der erste Virenscanner für Microsoft Windows Phone 7 erscheint. Gestern war es dann “endlich” soweit: AVG Mobilation Anti-Virus Free
Nun ist es aber so, dass die App ganz normal vom Microsoft Marketplace geladen werden kann. Was bedeutet das für die App?
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