Thanks Steve. I'd seen this approach in one of the instructions, but he
said that rumour had it that this did not work. So much for rumour! I'll
It seems that any? number of CDs can be attached in VirtualBox. So I'll
burn the registration file to a CD & try that.
2h later... It worked!!!
BUT, somehow I've mis-configured the installation, probably video, & now
it gives SCREEN01 cannot be found etc.
I'll do it again, later.
"Up late, waiting for a woman that may never come" & she hasn't
On Mon, 24 May 2010 11:21 -0400, "Steve Crutchfield"
> Another approach is to burn a text file with a registration key on to a
> CD-ROM. Then, when you're asked for the registration key, attach the
> real CD to the virtual machine in Virtual Box, read the registration
> key, and then re-attach the installation ISO file or real CD in Virtual
> box and continue.
> Steve Crutchfield
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