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Old 11-13-2010, 11:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Running VirtualBox/VMWare Query , NEED HELP !

hey all

im looking to buy an older system to do some testing on , i need it to have VM capabilities , my local used electrical store sells older systems for quite cheap and what i was wondering is , how can i check to see if it has Virtualisation ? as i dont want to buy an older system and then find out it cant run Virtualisation

Please help a.s.a.p



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Download VirtualBox. It is an open-source virtualization software. I use it my self. Pretty savvy.
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