06-17-2007, 10:29 AM #1
Parallels with Vista Home Premium - I know, I know...
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- Jul 08, 2005
OK, so we all know that Microsoft doesn't want anything but the high-end versions of Vista running virtualized and their EULA says as much. From a purely academic perspective I'm wondering if it is technically, not legally, possible to do what I'm hoping to do:
1) Install Vista Home Premium with Boot Camp
2) Install the latest Parallels
3) Virtualize the Vista Home Premium install via Parallels for whenever I don't feel like rebooting and don't need the full power of a native Vista install.
I think I read that Parallels won't let you select a Vista Home install for virtualization from within the custom machine setup (but haven't since been able to find the post that says as much).
Any help is much appreciated!
06-18-2007, 12:04 AM #2
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- Apr 20, 2007
- little bit north of dallas
- MBP C2D, 1 GB ram, 120GB HD
well technically yes it is possible. however, since it's technically also not legal, you're not going to get much of a response here...
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