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answered Raw partition vs btrfs for Windows 7 guest?
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comment Raw partition vs btrfs for Windows 7 guest?
I see VirtualBox since 4.1 has an SSD option to present the virtualised disk to the guest as an SSD, so Win7 guest would at least know to use SSD optimisation.
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comment Raw partition vs btrfs for Windows 7 guest?
I would install Win7 to a raw partition using the VirtualBox "passthru" virtualisation which prevents the guest from seeing partitions other than the one configured in VirtualBox, so Win7 won't be able to eat the bootloader.
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