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Windows7 Host Windows 10 Guest - what I had to do

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#1 oldishgal


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Posted 20 December 2017 - 04:59 PM

I am not computer tecky by any means but by using VirtualBox I was able to get Windows 10 running on my Windows 7 64 bit computer. 


There were a few glitches that I ran into and am posting just in case it can help anyone else. 


 1.  On my computer running Windows 7 64 bit I had to change "Virtualization" that was "disabled" to "enabled" in order to get Windows 10 64 bit in Virtualbox (prior to this only 32 bit showed).


2.   I received an error code oxc0000225 when trying to install Windows 10.  To fix I had to go into VM settings and "enable" 10 APIC.






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