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I am running a host machine of WinXP with a virtual PC of Win95 installed in it. The Virtual machine addition is done so it can share files with my host pc, but it seems that dll files can't be shared, it simply can't "see" or detect the dll files in my host pc.

For example: I have a folder in my host PC, inside are files of different types, including dll files. After sharing it to my virtual pc, my virtual pc can use all the files normaly except those of dll file types, it simply DISAPEARED in the shared folder.

I am now wondering what is the crux of this matter now.

Thanks to anybody who can share me a pointer.
 

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Re: My virtual PC can't "see" dll files in host PC?

Hi aslkdzm !

Windows 95 hides system files by default. Run Windows explorer => view => options. In the view tab tick "show all files" and untick "hide ms-dos file extensions" then click on apply.

If you have other problems on the Win 95 virtual machine you should look for help on win 95 boards, we don't support that OS anymore here on TSF.

I marked your other thread as solved, you can do it yourself using the thread tools at the top of the thread.
 
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