|08 May 2009||#1|
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Virtual PC burdersome?
Hey I just tried out Virtual PC and XP, and after I logged off/shut down I noticed there was some memory and CPU usage going on even though the process seems to be shut down.
When I shut down it said to be "hibernating", does that mean it uses Ram or CPU or anything else while it's off? I put automatic updates on and downloaded firewall and antivirus. Is it updating and remembering xpmode while I'm not using it?
(When I open taskmanager it doesnt seem show what is using the computing).
Also noteworthy is that I downloaded and installed the Xp mode first, and then went back for the virtual machine itself when I found out I needed that too, yet it seems to be working fine, alas there might be some underlying problem?
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