Posts Tagged ‘AMD-V’

[Win] Oracle VirtualBox: Workaround For Initialization Issue

“and first for something complete different”: Muzaq… coding or administrating system can’t do without gooood muzaq. Check our latest tunes here :-) History VirtualBox is an open source virtualization software. Originally it has been developed by a german company named Innotek, which has been acquired by SUN Microsystems in 2008. SUN Microsystems in turn has […]

[Windows] XP Mode on Windows 7 for older CPU’s

In contrast to Microsoft’s XPM-VM, Parallels now announced they will support seemless Windows XP virtualization on CPU’s that don’t have extended VM commands like AMD-V or Intel-VT. Parallels’ features in a nutshell: 3D graphic support USB compatibility Parallels Transporter to migrate applications to Windows 7 no CPU with VM commands required seemless integration in Windows […]