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VirtualBox is probably going to be your best bet since you're only looking to have one VM running at a time. It can do audio no sweat, but 3D acceleration is going to be limited. For one, it will only support up to 256M of RAM for graphics at this time, so anything requiring more will be a no-go. Don't bother with the remote access unless you really need ...


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First up, you can't install Hyper-V on Windows 7, only the Hyper-V Manager. If you only have Windows 8, you will also have trouble if the VM is Generation 2, since that was introduced in Windows Server 2012 R2 (Windows 8.1). It will almost certainly have its hard disk in VHDX format, which is not supported on the version of Hyper-V that can be installed on ...


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Hyper-V is a server sided application up to Win 8.1 and upcoming version of Windows 10, which include it in the client, too (as the update of Virtual PC). Therefor you won't find it under Windows 7 (in Windows 7 the optional virtualisation Software is Virtual PC (Windows xp mode)). You can download it in the download base on the Microsoft pages. What you ...



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