I need to run Windows XP mode on a new future build of my Windows 7 ultimate
I am new at all this virtual stuff so please bare with me....
My questions are as follows....
Q1: Should I install the 64 bit version of Windows 7 ultimate and expect to
be able to run the 32 bit version of Windows XP Mode?
Q2: I have a Brooktrout fax board that only runs on Windows XP 32 bit mode.
Can I expect to see the Windows XP Mode detect the brooktrout Fax Board and
allow me to install drivers for it? There will not be any Windows 7 drivers
installed for it.
Q3: I want to upgrade my Memory to be able to support Windows 7 and XP Mode
a little better. I currently have 2 Gig installed in a dual channel mode.
Should I order two 512k modules or should I max out the computer and order
the additional 2 gig of RAM? I guess this depends on what kind of OS I am
going to install in the future, right? I mean Windows 7 won't utilize 4 gig
of RAM unless it is a 64 bit version, RIGHT? How about the virtual part of
it...? Is there any advantage of installing 4 GIG of RAM if I plan on
using XP Mode?
Q4: If I am going to install MS Office, and my Windows XP needs the
software to run along with ACT CRM, do I have to install two copies of
OFFICE and TWO Copies of ACT, one in each version of Windows? (I am using
the same PC and the same hard drive but I want to install Windows 7 and XP
Q5: Where is the Windows 7 news group? Why is it still missing?
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