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krba

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PostPosted: Tue 27 Mar 2012, 14:20    Post subject:  VirtualBox Slacko
Subject description: how
 

1. insatall VirtualBox
2. under VB, put TinyXP
3. under TXP put 2 programs (totalcommander), my old FoxPro program and IE, ende.

All of this, works great!
But after reboot, coma, VirtualBox still displays, even runs tinyxp, but all of this is very, very cripled, and at the end totaly destroyed.

How to fix it?

I use machine with 2GB RAM, and boot Slacko 5.3 from USB (8GB). Works pretty well!

I don't know what to do with which version of VirtualBox 4.1.6, 4.1.8, slacko or 3.2.4 or earlier, sfs or pet with guest or not...

I say, all works just perfectly (so RAM or drive RAM isn't problem!) until reboot. Why?

Thanks!
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