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How can I reinstall VirtualXP to use existing Virtual Hard Drives?
My Windows 7 Pro x64 has twice had to be completely reinstalled after serious faults. Each time before the crash Virtual XP had been installed and had created its own VHD.
I now want to reinstall VirtualXP and choose one of the old VHDs rather than create yet another one. What is the easiest and fastest way to do that?
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|18 Dec 2012||#3|
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Sounds a good idea as I have already rescued previous VHDs.
But I already have a new VirtualXP that I created while waiting for an answer to my query. If I use VMWare Player also, would I need to get/install an additional version of XP or WindowsXP?
Last edited by hershmab; 18 Dec 2012 at 02:05 PM.. Reason: insufficient explanation!
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