|05 Nov 2009||#1|
Canon N67OU .. virtual machine? How?
I read the post about running a Canon N67OU scanner in a virtual machine in Win 7.
Can someone describe how this is done? Must you install the Canon drivers each time you want to use the scanner or what?
I've used virtual drives that 'disappear' when I am done using them. But I don't get how that would work with my scanner.
Also, will a DOS program run under Win 7 64 bit or must it be the 32 bit only?
Thanks to all who reply,
PS: I am building a new machine and was going to make it dual boot XP and Win 7 since there are so few drivers for things like my HP printer. But if I can get everything to work under Win7 I'll forget the dual boot thing.
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|06 Nov 2009||#3|
Going to use the one that ships with Win 7 Pro
I found this link that explains how a VM works,I didn't know, that's what I was asking.
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