How to run, two instances of ODIN(diffrent brokers)simultaneously!,and XP only apps!

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    Source:- http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/support/configure-bios.aspx
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    Prerequisites :- 15 gb free space
    some prior knowledge about win 7.



    First of all let me explain who can benefit from reading this thread :

    1. You want to run Odin from DIFFERENT BROKERS simultaneously.

    2. You want to run applications which are incompatible with windows 7.

    3. You just want to show off! you perv!


    Though my primary focus during this guide would be on Windows 7, there are other os's that can do this with third party software.

    before getting started, you should install odin client for one of the brokers in windows 7

    OK then let's get started :-

    1. Download "Hardware-Assisted Virtualization Detection Tool" from "hxxp://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=163321" (sorry for not providing direct links, not sure if forum rules allow that or not!)

    2. Check which of the following A,B,C messages you receive:-


    A. If you receive the message This computer does not have hardware-assisted virtualization, your computer does not meet the hardware requirement for Windows Virtual PC (Don't fret yet!, It just might work out for you!, download only if you receive the prior message (about 3 to 4 MB) "hxxp://download.microsoft.com/download/E/7/4/E742FBD2-AE2E-4920-AED1-ABE3F8173585/Windows6.1-KB977206-x86.msu" if you have 32bit windows 7 OR "hxxp://download.microsoft.com/download/0/A/3/0A326AC6-2F94-423F-B760-C61CB8439182/Windows6.1-KB977206-x64.msu" if you have 64bit windows 7, you either have to install it before installing Virtual Machine or after, not sure!, try it!)

    B. If you receive the message Hardware-assisted virtualization is not enabled on this computer, you need to configre your BIOS settings to allow virtualization support, it's probably disabled by default.


    Examples for some models of some computer manufacturers BIOS settings are below:

    Sample instructions for your PC



    Dell systems

    Depress the F12 key when boot menu text appears at startup

    Select BIOS setup and depress the Enter key

    Using the mouse, expand the Virtualization Support menu item by clicking on the plus to the left of Virtualization Support and select Virtualization

    Check the Enable Intel Virtualization Technology checkbox

    Click Apply

    Click Exit

    Fully shut down (power off), wait a few seconds, and restart your computer

    HP systems

    Depress Esc key when prompted at startup

    Depress the F10 key to Configure BIOS

    Scroll to System Configuration using the arrow keys

    Select Virtualization Technology and depress the Enter key

    Select Enabled and depress the Enter key

    Depress the F10 key to save and exit

    Select Yes and depress the Enter key

    Fully shut down (power off), wait a few seconds, and restart your computer

    Lenovo ThinkPad systems

    Depress the blue ThinkVantage key when prompted at startup

    Depress the F1 key to enter the BIOS setup utility

    Using the arrow keys, scroll to Config and depress the Enter key

    Scroll to CPU and depress the Enter key

    Scroll to Intel Virtualization Technology and depress the Enter key

    Select Enabled and depress the Enter key

    Depress Enter key to continue

    Depress F10 key to save and exit

    Select Yes and depress the Enter key

    Fully shut down (power off), wait a few seconds, and restart your computer

    Acer

    PCs capable of supporting Windows XP Mode have already been enabled and do not require additional configuration.

    Asus

    PCs capable of supporting Windows XP Mode have already been enabled and do not require additional configuration.

    Samsung

    PCs capable of supporting Windows XP Mode have already been enabled and do not require additional configuration.

    Panasonic

    Depress the F2 key when boot menu text appears at startup

    Select "Advanced" menu in Setup Utility

    Change "Intel Virtualization Technology" setting from "Disable" to "Enable"

    Depress F10 to exit Setup Utility

    Select "Yes" in confirmation menu

    Depress Enter to exit confirmation menu.

    In any case be very, very sure that you shutdown (power off) , "NOT RESTART" your pc after enabling it in BIOS.



    C. If you receive the message This computer is configured with hardware-assisted virtualization, you are all set!




    3. Go ahead and download (about 9 to 10 MB) "hxxp://download.microsoft.com/download/0/5/5/0554AE99-785F-45CB-B1F2-0E3ED1E6117D/Windows6.1-KB958559-x86.msu" for 32bit win7 OR "hxxp://download.microsoft.com/download/0/5/5/0554AE99-785F-45CB-B1F2-0E3ED1E6117D/Windows6.1-KB958559-x64.msu" for 64bit win7, and install.

    4. Then download (about 470 mb) the main Windows XP Mode VM from "hxxp://download.microsoft.com/download/7/2/C/72C7BAB7-2F32-4530-878A-292C20E1845A/WindowsXPMode_en-us.exe" OR "hxxp://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/download.aspx", install it!.

    5. Once the winxp mode is installed go ahead and install the odin for another broker in windows xp mode VM.

    6. Check if there is a shortcut for odin in "c:\documents and settings\all users\startmenu\programs", in Win xp mode VM. If not make a shortcut for DietOdin.exe from "C:\ODIN\DIET"(in XP MODE vm) and cut paste it in ""c:\documents and settings\all users\startmenu\programs"(in xp mode VM).

    7. And you are all done, close the vm if it's on , click on start button in win 7 -> All Programs -> Windows Virtual PC -> Virtual Windows XP applications -> Diet odin, thats it odin starts in XP MODE.

    8. Just to make sure minimize the "xp mode" odin, and start the windows 7 (another broker) odin. Oh! ho ho! how cool is that guys!.


    Note:- The above method though stated, has NOT been tried by me for dual Odin's. I just use it for xp only apps, but it should work none the less.
     
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    Re: How to run, two instances of ODIN(diffrent brokers)simultaneously!,and XP only ap

    Dear Friends:

    I have 2 odins diet from 2 brokers installed in two different pcs. It is working fine if I connect them with 2 different datacard connections. But now I want to share the internet by using one data card thru local network connections which I hv done.
    the problem is only one odin works and the second one says error (connectivity error).
    I hv checked the local and remote address which are all correct. can anyone help me?

    my email add: saly.v.paul@gmail.com


    thanks
     
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