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Old 08-03-18, 12:06 PM   #1
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Default vmware, loading xp pro, query

Hi,
Have added vmware to my laptop to run diagbox,which i am waiting for,
have loaded xp pro sp3
in the virtual window
at the end of the download i had a pop up telling me i could add Either
chicony usb composite device
OR
realtek usb 2.0 card reader
via vm device manager
i am not very computer literate !!!!!
do i need to add one of the above??
and if so which one !!
Thanks in advance ....
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Old 08-03-18, 05:42 PM   #2
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Those are just additional devices the VMware detects that are attached to your laptop. they can be activated, if required, by using the pull-down menu at the rhs top of the screen. You wont need them to run PP2000/Diagbox/Servicebox.
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