You can Create Virtual Machine in Windows 7 with the of Microsoft Virtual PC tool. Its a best Microsoft tool for Virtual Machine without any third Party Software. you can Run Multiple Operation system on a Single hardware Machine with Shutdown running Operating System. This is very useful tools for Learners on a single computer. you can test your networking training with the help of this tool.
Create Virtual Machine In Windows 7
1. First You have to Download Microsoft Virtual PC Tool from Microsoft Website.
2. Now Click on Continue and again Continue and then run Genuine check and then Copy code.
3. Now Past Code Genuine windows Validation and the Click on Validate and then Click on Download.
4. Now Choose Download Option Windows 7 32 Bit or Windows 7 64 Bit , Select Which version you have Installed.
5. After Downloading Run Downloaded File and Click on Yes, then After Installation complete Restart Computer.
Create Virtual PC
6. Click on Start button and then Click on Windows Virtual PC .
7. Now Click On Create Virtual Machine on New Window .
8. Now Type Virtual PC name (Com-networks) and then Browse location where you want to store Virtual PC File and then Click on Next .
9. Now Assign memory Space to the new Virtual machine then Click on Next .
10. Now Select Create a Dynamically expanding Virtual hard disk option to Install Virtual Machine , Now verify the name and Location, and then Click on Create .
Now Virtual Machine Has been Created
11. Now Right-click on Virtual machine Icon then Click on Open .
12. Now it Will showing Disk Boot Failure and You have to Install Operating System .
13 . Now Click on Tools Menu and then Click on Setting .
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