I am trying to install Vista in a virtual PC on Windows XP Pro. I have VPC have the Vista iso mounted. Somewhere during the beginning of the installation I get an error "no device driver were found. make sure that the installation media contains correct drivers then click OK".
I have the motherboard's driver CD in a physical CD drive which is mounted using VPC so if it's looking for drivers, I expect it to pick it from the CD but it's still complaining. The CD has a Vista folder which tells me it has Vista stuff on it.
So what on earth is the installation looking for and why doesn't it indicate which driver it's looking for? This is one ambiguous message. I have googled the same message and it seems it deals mostly with the cd/dvd drive but since I am not installing from a physical cd drive why is it having problems? It has already read part of the ISO by showing a Vista installation screens so why now it's complaining about a driver?
I tried the Browse button and had it point to different folders on the motherboard's driver CD but no success.
So any ideas?