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I have a Dell Inspiron 1440 laptop and it has no virtualization support, i want to install Windows Server 2008 on it using Virtual Box, i know that we can install Mac OS on not Virtualization supported system using some patch. I also haired that Virtual box don't needs hardware virtualization, it will do that using software virtualization. how can i achieve that, any guidance would be very nice. Thanks

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I haven't tried this myself but if you are trying to install the 64-bit version, I doubt you will be able to do what you are wanting. – jmreicha Apr 6 '12 at 16:26
    
My system has 64 bit wondows7 and i am installing 64 bit widnows server using virtual box and hoping for the best because i have to replace my notebook. – Shahid Aslam Apr 9 '12 at 5:29

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