07-31-2014 09:40 AM - edited 07-31-2014 10:17 AM
I have a HP Compaq Elite 8300 CMT running Windows 8.1.
As I want to develop Mobile-App's (including Windows-Phone) I need the Windows-Phone-Emulator from Visual Studio 2013 (Update 2).
If i have started the Emulator the first time, there was an error-message displayed (from VS), that i have to change my Bios-Settings.
=> I then have changed the Bios-Settiing (set Virtualisierungstechnonolgie (vtx) to enabled
After that, the Windows-Phone-Emulator works now
but I have the following negative Seideffects:
- If the screensaver starts up, i can't reach the Windows-Login-Screen my move the mouse or make a keystroke
=> Nothing happens then, I have to change the sources to my (Dell) Screen (on the screen) and move the mouse to
activate the Windows-Login-Screen
- We develop Software with CTI (ComputerTelefon Integration)
=> The Phone is connected via serial cable to the serial-port of the PC
=> This also don't work anymore (and this IS really important for me)
What can I do to solve this problems?
Thanks for a fast feedback.
- The problem with the serial-port is solved / does not exist:
- The Tapi-Provider in the appication was - for whatever reason - reseted
=> I have reasigned the correct provieder - now ith works again
- The problem with the screensaver remains
08-01-2014 11:11 AM
I understand that you are having issues with your HP Compaq Elite 8300 Business PC and requrie assistance. I am sorry, but to get your issue more exposure, I would suggest posting it in the commercial forums, since this is a commercial product. You can do this at Business PCs - Compaq, Elite, Pro.
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