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  1. Member Seeker47's Avatar
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    The guest OS can run in a window or full screen on the host. So you can switch back and forth any time you want.
    Thanks, jagabo. Good to know.
    And then leave it to the Host to handle contact with the outside world ?

    However, one of of those CNET posters I quoted said you needed a good AV solution for both the Guest & the Host OSes . . . .

    @ babygdav,
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    If I were to swap out my existing Windows 7 AMD MOBO, with a new Ryzen CPU and MOBO and 16GB of DDR4. While still running the same Windows 7 OS on the same drive, does anyone foresee any major problems for me? I know that when the MOBO gets changed Windows will demand a new key, so that's not a problem. The MOBO I'm looking at has PS/2 and USB 2.0 ports, along with USB 3.0. I know I should probably install these drivers before the swapout, or this one
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  3. If PS/2 will work then nothing stops you from installing usb drivers on already running system.
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