Windows 7 "VPC" - howto access VM's boot/bios menu Tags: Configuration Windows 7 Boot BIOS Last response: March 29, 2010 3:24 AM in Windows 7 Share LinkOne0001 March 29, 2010 3:12:00 AM Hello; Before Win7, VPC would allow you to see the boot/bios menu of the VM, but not for VPC of Windows7. Any ideas how to see/get-to the VM boot menu? Regards; More about : windows vpc howto access boot bios menu | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove sminlal Windows 7 Authority March 29, 2010 3:24:33 AM Open up the Virtual PC Window which shows your virtual machines (".vmcx" files). Right-click on a Virtual machine and select "settings". Click the "Integration Features" setting in the left panel, then UNCheck the "Enable at startup" box in the right panel. This will give you a console window that shows the BIOS as the machine starts up. Start the machine, and quickly hit the DEL key in order to get the BIOS configuration menu. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Windows 7>Windows 7 "VPC" - howto access VM's boot/bios menu> Related ressources: ForumIntel vt-d for home vm use ForumRunning old games in Windows 7 . ForumHow-To : Get rid of Modern UI and much more ForumProblems Installing Ubuntu 9.04 On Virtual Machine 2007 ForumXP and Windows SE dual boot ForumHow-To : Change Your IP Address in Windows ForumCan I upgrade a laptop this way? ForumUpgrading from IDE HD to RAID 0 plz help ForumPartitions and boot menu ForumTHGC Needs You -Team 40051 ForumI restarted after installing newest patch of avg on windows 7 pro and i got this ForumPDC emulator lock up ForumFour virtual pc's on one ForumHow to install Linux on a Windows 7 based computer. ForumVirtual Machines... Which host OS? ForumVirtual PC Platform? Forum[Solved] Product key for windows 7 professional 32 bit free ForumHow to install a 32 bit flash on windows 7 Forum[Solved] Is microsotf office Home and Student 2007 ok for my new windows 7 laptop as ForumWindows 7 compatible with Quicken home and business 2008 More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !