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Creating a virtual machine in VirtualBox from a physical one
Is there any way to create a virtual machine that you can use in VirtualBox from a physical installation that you have? For instance, if I have Windows XP installed on a physical computer and want to ...
Jun 30 '09 at 4:28
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