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Windows 7: Win 7 virtual pc kinda lame

07 Jan 2016   #11

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64

A Virtual PC is more or less used to check out an Operating System without actually installing it.

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07 Jan 2016   #12

win 7 pro 64

Installed VMware. Only now I can't find my orginal xp home NL. The key I found but not the dvd . If I only could download it from somewhere. When I got win7 I only had to reinstall 2 times in 6 years. Imao the best windows version ever (I didn't tested 8 or higher jet) I need it too play Sacred 2 + expansion, and assassins creed (first one). Only play those games a few time. If you look at those dvd's you would say they brand new.
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