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    Default Creating a Windows Virtual Machine - Q9550 VT enabled

    I Installed Open-Suse Dual booting with Windows 7 no troubles, however when i try and create a virtual machine, none of the windows versions are allowed as it says my CPU doesn't handle it.

    VT is enabled in the Bios
    OC FSB @ 1800Mhz
    OC CPU 2.83Ghz @ 3.825Ghz

    Core 2 Quad Q9550

    Shouldn't it work??

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    Default Re: Creating a Windows Virtual Machine - Q9550 VT enabled

    I would say it should work. But we need more info:
    What openSUSE, 32/64-bit, memory, what do you use to virtualize?
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    Default Re: Creating a Windows Virtual Machine - Q9550 VT enabled

    4GB ram DDR3 1333Mhz 9-10-10-27 (9-9-9-24 stock)
    Ram is not OC (unlinked from FSB OC)
    loosened ram timings for stability at OC.

    64bit OS both Windows 7 RC & OpenSuse 11.

    Disk Virtualize fully, boot another partition from within OpenSuse 11 64Bit, (Windows 7 RC -64Bit).

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    Default Re: Creating a Windows Virtual Machine - Q9550 VT enabled

    Stupid me wasn't running in XEN... LMAO
    so fast i wasn't watching the boot defaults.. lol

    Okay, but now in trying XEN, it freezes..
    Sata problems, even at 1333Mhz FSB STOCK AND CPU @ STOCK.
    I know this drive is fine, but when it tries to access at 3Gb/s it has sector fails.
    Is a 1TB sata drive too big?
    Why can it load normal OpenSuse and freeze at xen.

    Once made it to desktop, but freezes there too, soon as i move the mouse.

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    Default Re: Creating a Windows Virtual Machine - Q9550 VT enabled

    Ok, now i;m in xen, installed it to a ATA drive, loads fine, but mouse locks up and now i am only working with a keyboard in xen.

    MS wireless mouse and keyboard but y does only the mouse freeze?

    I'll try another mouse.. i guess..

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