Virtualization: Running VirtualBox on a Windows 7 laptop – Windows 2008 R2 Server guest
Using VirtualBox as hypervisor on a laptop eases usage of WLAN and USB on the guest OS.
This post is based on using VirtualBox 3.1.6 on Windows 7 (64 bit) with Windows 2008 R2 server, 64 bit, Standard edition.
Out of the box Windows 7 installed drivers for the WLAN in my laptop (with CPU i7 720) and for the full HD resolution video card. Nice.
After installing VirtualBox, you can start it and take it on a testdrive.
- First take a look at File – Settings
1.0 Virtualization Acdemic- Univ of Washington
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