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Windows XP OVA Image VirtualBox: What It Is and How to Use It

the next window asks you to name your virtual machine, and to select an operating system, version, and input device. for the latter, you can use the mouse and/or the keyboard attached to your virtual machine. the image can be loaded into a virtual machine of any type, but there are some limitations:

Windows Xp Ova Image Virtualbox


windows xp ovf files contain information about the hardware that the virtual machine will have, but they do not include any drivers for the hardware (as they are outside of the virtual machine itself). it is your responsibility to install any required drivers for your hardware before starting the virtual machine.

note: on windows xp ovf files, the virtual machine itself does not have the ability to run multiple operating systems. if you need this functionality, you can use a windows 7 ovf file and install windows xp into it. or, if you have a physical installation of windows xp you can use one of the windows xp ovf files and create a new virtual machine with it.

virtualbox is one of the leading virtualisation software products out there, and is used by thousands of virtualisation enthusiasts around the world. the software has worked under a variety of different guises over the past few years, but now, it's time to get to grips with the latest version of the product, and its all-new ova format.

in this post, we'll take a look at how to create a virtual machine running windows xp in the virtualbox ova format. the virtual machine isn't particularly complicated, but there is a good chance that you might need to do a little research to create it.


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