No First Run Wizard, no joy. Also, I had to enable virtualization in real Machine's Bios.
went to settings, deselected all drives except Cd-ROM/DVD, moved floppy down out of the way and promoted
CD to top position (using up arrow) \.
basically used info from here (last msg as of today)
Re: Re-running 'First Run' Wizard?
Postby BillG » 25. Aug 2010, 02:24
You use exactly the same sequence. First shut down the vm.
From the Settings screen, go to System and change the boot device to the CD/DVD.
From Storage, select the Windows install disk (ISO file or physical drive).
Start the vm.
Press any key to boot from CD/DVD.
during install am getting pesky 'you have 24-bit color should select 32-bit' but I have no right mouse click
[whether i use mouse "capture" or "mouse integration"], maybe after install)
don't know if i reenable hard drive after install either...sigh
unsure good of WS to recommend VB w/o a functioning First Run Wizard