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VMware Workstation 5.5

Setting Up the SVGA Video Driver for a Windows 95 Guest Operating System Booted from a Physical Disk

This section explains how to configure the video driver in a Windows 95 physical disk installation using VMware Workstation. The steps below assume you are using Windows 95 as one of the operating systems in a dual-boot or multiple-boot configuration. Following these steps, you create separate hardware profiles for your virtual machine and your physical machine. For more details on hardware profiles, see Setting Up Hardware Profiles in Virtual Machines.

1. Boot Windows 95 natively (not in a virtual machine).

2. Right-click the My Computer icon on the desktop, then select Properties.

3. Click the Hardware Profiles tab.

4. Highlight the Original Configuration profile, then click Copy.

5. Name the profile Virtual Machine, then click OK.

You may also want to rename the Original Configuration profile to Physical Machine.

6. Click OK to close the System Properties dialog box.

7. Shut down Windows 95 and reboot the system.

8. Boot into your host operating system (Linux, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows Server 2003).

9. Start the Windows 95 virtual machine.

10. Select Virtual Machine from the list of profiles when prompted.

11. If you are prompted to select the CPU Bridge, accept the default, then click OK.

12. Restart Windows 95 when prompted.

13. Again, select Virtual Machine from the list of profiles when prompted.

14. When the video card is detected, you are prompted to select which driver you want to install for your new hardware. Click the Select from a list of alternate drivers radio button, then click OK.

15. Select Display Adapters from the Select Hardware Type dialog box.

16. Select Standard Display Adapter (VGA) from the device list, then click OK.

17. Restart Windows 95 when prompted.

18. Install VMware Tools as outlined in Installing a Guest Operating System and VMware Tools, then restart the virtual machine.

19. Start the Device Manager and expand the Display adapters tree.

20. Highlight VMware SVGA. Click Properties.

21. Uncheck Physical Machine, then click OK. Click Close.

22. Shut down Windows 95 and power off the virtual machine.

23. Shut down your host operating system (Linux, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows Server 2003) and reboot into Windows 95.

24. Select the Physical Machine profile when prompted.

25. Repeat steps 19 through 21 and uncheck Virtual Machine, leaving Physical Machine checked.

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How to Install Windows 95 on VMware Workstation 15 / VMware Workstation 14 | SYSNETTECH Solutions ► Article ► https://goo.gl/YpoGid Read More ⬇️

This video shows you the steps to install Windows 95 step by step using the VMware Workstation 15 / VMware Workstation 14 virtualization program on your Windows 10 operating system.

To install Windows 95 on VMware Workstation 14/15 step by step:

Step 1: Before installing Windows 95, install VMware Workstation 14 / VMware Workstation 15 on your Windows 10 computer.

Step 2: After installing VMware Workstation, download the Windows 95 ISO file for VMware to your computer from the following link.

Step 3: After downloading the Windows 95 ISO file to your computer, run the VMware Workstation virtualization program.

Step 4: To install Windows 95, you must first create a new virtual machine on VMware Workstation. On VMware Workstation 14/15, click Create a New Virtual Machine.

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Step 5: Select Custom in the New Virtual Machine Wizard window and click Next.

Step 6: In the Hardware Compatibility window, select Workstation 14.x or Workstation 15.x, and then click Next.

Step 7: In the Guest Operating System Installation window, select I will install the operating system later and click Next.

Step 8: Select «Windows 95 x64 Edition» in the Select a Guest Operating System window to install Windows 95 and click Next.

Step 9: In the Name, the Virtual Machine window, specify a name for the Windows 95 virtual machine. In the Location section, define a location where you want to store the Windows 95 virtual machine.

NOTE: When installing an operating system on VMware Workstation, store the installation files of the virtual machine on a different hard disk. Because you will get more performance.

Step 10: In the Firmware Type window, select the BIOS option and click Next.

Step 11: In the Processor Configuration window, configure the processor setting of the Windows 95 virtual machine.

Step 12: In the Memory for the Virtual Machine window, assign a minimum of 4 GB of RAM to the Windows 95 virtual machine.

Step 13: In the Network Type window, select Use Bridged Networking and click Next. For more information on what is the Bridged network on VMware, we recommend that you read the following article.

Step 14: In the I/O Controller Types window, select LSI Logic and click Next.

Step 15: Select SCSI in the Select a Disk Type window and click Next.

Step 16: In the Select a Disk window, you must create a new disk to install Windows 95. Select Create a new virtual disk and click Next.

Step 17: In the Specify Disk Capacity window, select Allocate all disk space now and select Store virtual disk as a single file and click Next.

Step 18: After you create a new virtual machine for Windows 95 on VMware Workstation 14/15, add the Windows 95 ISO file that you downloaded to your computer to the virtual machine.

Step 19: After installing Windows 95 on VMware, be sure to install VMware Tools!

Step 20: Watch the entire video to install Windows 95 on VMware Workstation in Windows 10.

Step 21: Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos on virtualization training with VMware!

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VMware Workstation 3.2

Windows 95 Installation Guidelines

Windows 95 Installation Guidelines

You can install Windows 95 in a virtual machine using a standard Windows 95 boot floppy and CD-ROM.

Note: Some Microsoft Windows 95 OEM disks included with new computers are customized for those computers and include device drivers and other utilities specific to the hardware system. Even if you can install this Windows 95 operating system on your actual computer, you may not be able to install it within a VMware Workstation virtual machine. You may need to purchase a new copy of Windows to install within a virtual machine.

Note: Some Windows 95 distributions provide instructions that do not include the steps to FDISK and FORMAT a C: drive. You must FDISK and FORMAT the VMware Workstation virtual hard disk drives before running Windows 95 setup.

The instructions below are for the simplest case of one virtual IDE hard drive and one virtual IDE CD-ROM drive. If you have configured the virtual machine with more than one IDE hard drive, you should also FDISK and FORMAT these drives before installing Windows 95. If you have configured the virtual machine with more than one virtual hard drive or more than one virtual CD-ROM, you may need to use different device letters than those in the instructions below.

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Before installing the operating system, be sure that you have already created a directory for the new virtual machine and configured it using the VMware Workstation New Virtual Machine Wizard (on Windows hosts) or Configuration Wizard (on Linux hosts).

    Use the VMware Workstation Configuration Editor to verify the virtual machine’s devices are set up as you expect before starting the installation. For example, if you would like the Windows 95 setup program to install a sound driver, be sure that sound is enabled in the virtual machine’s configuration. VMware also recommends that you disable the screen saver on the host system before starting the installation process.

Insert the Windows 95 CD-ROM Setup Boot Disk in floppy drive A: and insert the Windows 95 CD in the CD-ROM drive.

Power on the virtual machine.

After the virtual machine boots, if you are presented with a choice of CD-ROM drivers, select the first IDE driver option available (even if your computer has a SCSI CD-ROM drive).

Partition the virtual disk.
A:\> FDISK
Answer the questions.

Note: If you create a primary partition that is smaller than the size of the hard disk, be sure the partition is marked active.

Reboot Windows 95. If the cursor is not already within the VMware Workstation window, click in the window, then press Ctrl-Alt-Ins on a Windows host or Ctrl-Alt-Del on a Linux host. If prompted on reboot to select a CD-ROM driver, select the first IDE CD-ROM driver from the list.

Start the Windows 95 installation.
A:\> D:\WIN95\SETUP /IS

Note: An intermittent problem can occur during Windows 95 installations in a virtual machine. Shortly after the Windows 95 Setup program is started, Scandisk runs to completion, and when the Windows 95 Setup program should start its graphical user interface, the virtual machine returns to an MS-DOS prompt. VMware recommends you reboot the virtual machine and rerun Windows 95 Setup. You do not need to FDISK or FORMAT the drive again. If this problem occurs reproducibly, please report it to VMware technical support.

If the virtual machine’s Ethernet adapter is enabled, you have to manually add an Ethernet driver because Windows 95 does not detect it during the Analyzing Computer phase (even if you selected the Network Adapter detection option). Do the following to enable networking:

  1. Continue with the Windows 95 installation, until you get to the Windows 95 Setup Wizard/Setup Options screen. Change the default setting from Typical to Custom and click Next to continue.
  2. From the Network Configuration screen (which appears after the Analyzing Computer phase), click Add, select the Adapter component, select Advanced Micro Devices from the manufacturer window and AMD PCNET Family Ethernet Adapter(PCI&ISA) from the network adapter window.
  3. If you need TCP/IP networking, add it from the Network Configuration screen (Windows 95 Setup does not enable TCP/IP by default). If you don’t do this, the first phase of the Windows 95 installation does not copy some of the files it will need later, and the entire installation fails.

Also be sure that the Microsoft NetBEUI protocol is installed. It may not be installed by default.

Finish the Windows 95 installation.

VMware Workstation’s virtual disks support DMA transfers for better performance. The feature can be enabled after Windows 95 has been successfully installed on a virtual IDE disk. Follow these steps to enable the feature:

  1. Right-click My Computer and select Properties.
  2. From the System Properties dialog box, click the Device Manager tab.
  3. Double-click the Disk Drives device category.
  4. Double-click the GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE01 device.
  5. Click the Settings tab and select the DMA check box.
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VMware Tools

Be sure to install VMware Tools in your guest operating system. For details, see Installing VMware Tools.

Enabling Sound After Installing Windows 95

Enabling Sound After Installing Windows 95

If sound was disabled at the time you installed Windows 95, you can enabled it after the operating system has been installed. To set up the virtual machine to play sound, see Configuring Sound in VMware Workstation.

Enabling Networking After Installing Windows 95

Enabling Networking After Installing Windows 95

If networking was disabled at the time you installed Windows 95, you can enable it after the operating system has been installed. To set up networking for a virtual machine, follow the instructions below.

    Shut down Windows 95 and power off the virtual machine.

From the VMware Workstation window, on the Settings menu, choose Configuration Editor and click Add.

Follow the instructions in the Add Hardware Wizard to add a virtual Ethernet adapter.

Power on the virtual machine.

When Windows 95 reboots, it auto-detects an AMD PCNET Family Ethernet Adapter (PCI&ISA) and prompts for the Windows 95 CD-ROM to install drivers. The default Ethernet adapter settings should work fine and do not need to be changed.

Double-click the Network icon in the Control Panel to view or change network settings. For example, you may want to add the TCP/IP protocol since Windows 95 does not install it by default.

    Shut down Windows 95 and power off the virtual machine.

From the main program window, on the Settings menu, choose Configuration Editor and open the Ethernet Adapters panel.

Select a network connection type for the virtual machine and click the Install button.

Click OK to save the updated configuration, then power on the virtual machine.

When Windows 95 reboots, it auto-detects an AMD PCNET Family Ethernet Adapter (PCI&ISA) and prompts for the Windows 95 CD-ROM to install drivers. The default Ethernet adapter settings should work fine and do not need to be changed.

Double-click the Network icon in the Control Panel to view or change network settings. For example, you may want to add the TCP/IP protocol since Windows 95 does not install it by default.

After Windows 95 has been installed, you may find that networking is not working in the guest operating system. There are several things you should check.

  • Either remove your virtual machine’s virtual USB adapter using the Configuration Editor (Settings >Configuration Editor) or — if your release of Windows 95 includes USB support — be sure the USB drivers are installed.
  • Check the Windows 95 Device Manager to see if COM5 and COM6 devices are listed. If they are, disable or remove them.
  • Be sure that NetBEUI was installed when you set up networking.
  • Be sure that Windows 95 Plug and Play properly detected the virtual Ethernet adapter. If it did not, you may need to use the Device Manager to remove the adapter, then reinstall it using the Add New Hardware control panel.

On a Linux host with an XFree86 3.x X server, it is best not to run a screen saver in the guest operating system. Guest screen savers that demand a lot of processing power can cause the X server on the host to freeze.

After Windows 95 has been installed, you may notice Unknown, COM5 and COM6 devices exist in the Windows Device Manager. These devices do not actually exist and are not consuming IRQ or other resources. You may remove them using the Windows Device Manager if you like.

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