Its a good thing to have all of those.Macromedia Flash Player
is needed to view anything that was compiled in Flash. Which most websites are now starting to use this more commonly.Java JRE version 1.5.0_02
is needed to view anything that was compiled in Java. This is usually used for many interactive sites: ie: interactive tv games, regular games, chats (like the one here).Directx9.0c
(any version will do, as long as you have the latest one available for your computer) is needed to play most game today on the computer.
I would advise you to keep them.
If the disk you have for installing Virtual Machine uses one of those interactive Flash movies that take up the full screen and ask you what you want to install, then yes I can see why you would need all of this to install Microsoft Virtual Machine. However if my memory serves me correctly I think that 99.999% of Microsoft Windows XP Home and Pro already comes with MS Virtual Machine.
When you say you installed MS SP2 integrated, are you saying you installed MS Windows XP with a CD disk that already had SP2 integrated into that?
And one final thing when you say, "version disk," are you referring to your MS Windows XP disk, or another disk that just has MS Virtual Machine on it?
Hope this helps.
Edited by yanowhiz, 01 June 2005 - 10:42 AM.