It seems that this is going to become my hobby. Wouldn't it be boring if it were possible to install Vista by just running the setup? On Saturday I complained that Vista RC2 can't be installed on VMware Workstation because the Vista setup claimed that there is a CD/DVD driver missing. One of my readers mailed me the solution to this new problem. Thanks!
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One has to add a second CD/DVD drive. When Vista setup is hallucinating about missing drivers, you have to load the ISO file in the second virtual CD/DVD and here you go.
This is obviously a bug. They fixed the bug with the graphics card driver and added a new one. If you ask me, I'd say that Microsoft's developers are working under very high pressure. If they really keep the release date, I wouldn't expect a Windows Vista that you want to deploy in a corporate environment.
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Update: Please, check out this article about Vista final and VMware Workstation.