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 . . . .
Forgot to mention that I have been using the NoScript extension for quite a long time. Very useful, maybe even essential. (It does get to be annoying when you get to a web page that has like 48 page permission items to peruse and sign off on. Hate that !) Anything that starts with "ad____" is generally denied a permission. I'm also often a user of AdBlock, or one of its offshoots or functional equivalents, although nowadays you tend to run into quite a few sites that refuse to even load, unless and until you disable all ad blockers or anti-trackers.
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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, https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/amd-chipset-drivers-download.html or this one https://www.amd.com/en/support/chipsets/amd-socket-am4/a320
Last edited by KarMa; 25th Jan 2020 at 12:44.
If PS/2 will work then nothing stops you from installing usb drivers on already running system.