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Windows 7: Attempting to install Linux Fedora 13 in my Windows Virtual PC

11 Jun 2010   #1
JOSHSKORN

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 
Attempting to install Linux Fedora 13 in my Windows Virtual PC

I'm attempting to install Linux Fedora 13 in my Windows Virtual PC. I get the message "Writing Storage Data To Disk" and I'm prompted to either "GO BACK" or "WRITE CHANGES TO DISK" after the first few installation steps of the Wizard.

My question is this. I know I'm suppose to click "WRITE CHANGES TO DISK", but how can I be sure that choosing this option will not overwrite my entire computer? How can I be sure that I've correctly set up a fixed Virtual partition size so this won't happen? I'm confused here. Please help. Thanks.


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11 Jun 2010   #2
huisinro

windows 7
 
 

All of your operations are inside the vm, to the virtual disk, so there is no risk destroying your real hard disk. You can click those buttons.

If you want to give it a try first, we have a pre-installed VHD file for Fedora 13, that you can use to run as a virtual machine, or boot your real computer, truly decompile an OS as simple as a file. This vhd is a real appliance, as well as virtual appliance.

Download
http://www.vmlite.com/appliances/fedora-13-readme.html

Ubuntu 10.04 and LinuxMint 9 VHDs are also available.
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