Windows 7 issue with virtual PC

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Hey,

On my computer I have installed Windows 7 professional and I got AMD 64 bit dual processor.
 
Before I used Windows XP. Because of it I got on my Windows  7 virtual PC, but I got error message.
 
Is there any suggestions to make virtualization enabled?
 
Thanks
Deborah
 

Windows Virtual PC

Windows Virtual PC cannot start because this computer does not support hardware-assisted virtualization.

What is hardware-assisted virtualization?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #117118

Windows 7 issue with virtual PC

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Hi,

 For virtual pc your computer wants to meet its requirement. Microsoft provides a tool known Hardware Assisted and Virtualization detection tool.

Go to Microsoft website and download this tool. After download you want to install this tool and after installation you can run this tool.

This tool will turn on processor capabilities for virtualization. And it also check that your computer processor can support hardware virtualization.

After complete this if problem is persist then see you motherboard manual for enable virtualization and other.

Answered By 0 points N/A #117119

Windows 7 issue with virtual PC

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Hi,

 

Just simply try this you just install the update file from you software or system and then you just unable to copy and paste the files between the two windows the windows 7 and the windows XP and other virtual machine and then try to copy and paste through the shared windows 7 drives and then you can access from the virtual machine to do this make sure the Integration Features is enable from the virtual machine if you don’t how to enable the Integration feature you just visit this site:

http://technet.microsoft.com/library/ee449412(WS.10).aspx

Just simply try that one and then in the virtual machine just simply open the Windows Explorer and after that just simply copy or paste the files from the drive of the virtual machine and then shared to the windows 7 folders.

 

Ben

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