VHD drive not detectd by after rebooting

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    cereberus said:
    You are never going to run a vm successfully with only 4GB RAM. You need at least 8 GM bare minumum (4 for host, 4 for guest).
    I'm sure that there are things that escape me. when it comes to virtualization...I do realize that memory might be a contributing factor, but I was able to install Windows the very first time, after all, even with Vbox. With Vbox, I successfully installed apps in the guest machine and I was even able, with you and the Forum's help, to recover my wife's Drive Img..It was a bit slow , but it worked, even though I ran into other problems. .
    So I wonder if there are not some errors I am making or some tweaks I can do, within the constraints of my low memory system..

    Ittiandro
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       #22

    ittiandro said:
    I'm sure that there are things that escape me. when it comes to virtualization...I do realize that memory might be a contributing factor, but I was able to install Windows the very first time, after all, even with Vbox. With Vbox, I successfully installed apps in the guest machine and I was even able, with you and the Forum's help, to recover my wife's Drive Img..It was a bit slow , but it worked, even though I ran into other problems. .
    So I wonder if there are not some errors I am making or some tweaks I can do, within the constraints of my low memory system..

    Ittiandro
    I doubt it - you need RAM.
      My Computer


 

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