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I found the way to make it. Windows 95 and 98 cannot run by processors faster than 2.1 GHz. My MacBook Pro's processor runs at 2.2 GHz. That was the reason for it to fail while booting. I found this patch and worked perfectly :) http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/141402-windows-95-21ghz-cpu-limit-broken/


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Update 3: You could try this software: http://www.incentivespro.com/hyper-v-usb.html It has a free trial. Update 2: According to this website: Hyper-V doesn't allow the pass-through of a USB-attached device on a host to a VM. This would break the desired abstraction of the VM from the hardware, and therefore stop VM mobility. however this ...


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You can go into the Settings for the VM that you care about, and make sure it is set to "Save the Virtual Machine State." When your physical machine shuts down it will suspend the VM and when you bring it back up it'll be in the same state as when you shutdown. See below for the screen you are looking for. It's at the bottom of the left hand panel.


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Let me give my overview, based on virtualization experience. Any malware with a network component will propagate to wherever their addressing/routing allows them to. Regular/well-known malwares tend to only operate in ‘user mode’, in a such a covert channel. If you are sharing CPU's, a busy process on one VM can effectively communicate state to another VM ...


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UnRAID would appear to be almost an appliance which runs Linux, software RAID and KVM. There is nothing inherently bad about this, although (from the website), they seem to be pushing something very similar to RAID5 - without calling it this - and that should be triggering alarm bells as 4TB disks should not be used in this configuration if you value your ...


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It seems you're on a laptop, so tweaking Windows power options may be a solution: http://www.rawinfopages.com/tips/2015/05/speed-up-virtualbox-enormously-with-this-simple-tweak/ To quote: So it turned out to be a simple problem, partly caused by selecting the wrong power plan. Make sure that the High power plan is selected when running virtual machines ...


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In a well-working virtualisation environment, the guest can not, should not and may not be able to identify the host if the host doesn't explicitly allow so, this is of course completely oposite to your requirement of something like a DRM system for VMs. This leaves you with a few options, some of which are: Demand the MAC address of the Host being ...


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Another possibility is turbo.net. It allows to run applications in their own sandbox, preventing it from containing you're system with files, registry entries etc. If you need if for a your application, you probably want to start with a 'clean' machine. Like turbo run --mount=C:\FolderWithUntrustyApp clean C:\FolderWithUntrustyApp\untrusty.exe You ...


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Since you are going to deploy CentOS on a identical hardware machine, you don't require Hypervisor. In your requirement, you need to just clone the HDD ( identical ), and you can use clonezilla like diskimage or cloning program. Hypervisor is something different, where you can install multiple operating systems on a single hardware, wherein operating ...


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One trick, as per this is to look at the main .vmdk of the guest that is having the problem. For example, in one case that I saw, the guest was using a previously created parent's drive under a new location. In my case I had the .vmdk mounted in another guest as well and that causes this kind of problem routinely. So to solve this, for example in my ...



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