Windows 7 XP Mode Solved

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SPJ29
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Windows 7 XP Mode Solved

Post by SPJ29 »

I am pleased to confirm that I have got DVDWS2 working perfectly on Windows 7 Pro, XP Mode.

I am using VMlite Workstation as my virtual machine and XP Mode.

You can use virtual box.

DO NOT use MS Virtual PC as it is way too slow and clunky.

You cannot burn directly to disc but what I do is burn to folder or image and then use my windows 7 burning software.

Long Live DVDWS2 it's great.
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Re: Windows 7 XP Mode Solved

Post by skier-hughes »

I just have a duel boot system and boot to xp when i need to use DVDWS
SPJ29
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Re: Windows 7 XP Mode Solved

Post by SPJ29 »

Whatever works for you but dual boot is a bit awkward and slow when you can switch between them without shutting down or logging off.
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Re: Windows 7 XP Mode Solved

Post by kelklope »

SPJ29 wrote:Whatever works for you but dual boot is a bit awkward and slow when you can switch between them without shutting down or logging off.
I agree with that
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