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Emulators are small programs that enables your PC to play games that were originally made for Arcade Machines or Consoles. Once installed, go to the Games page, and download the games you want.
Emulates: Computer Hardware, for use of running different Operating Systems.
VirtualBox is a
program that emulates standard computer hardware in a closed environment,
enabling you to run any Operating System you want.
You can run MacOS X or Linux, or even try Google's Android Phone OS, right from your Desktop!
VirtualBox runs on
Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP/Vista/Win7, MacOS X, Solaris and Linux Ubunto/Debian/OpenSUSE/SUSE
Enterprise Server/Fedora/Mandriva/Red Hat.
VirtualBox Emulates all OS's that are able to run on Standard PC or Mac hardware.
These are the known OS's to run on VirtualBox:
Windows 7 (32/64-bit)
Windows Vista (32/64-bit)
Windows XP (32/64-bit)
Windows Server 2008 (32/64-bit, also R2)
Windows Server 2003 (32/64-bit)
Windows 7 Windows XP Windows XP
Windows Vista Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2003
Windows 2000 Windows 98 Windows 98
Linux (All 2.4 and 2.6 kernels):
RHEL6, Oracle Linux 6
RHEL5, OEL5, CentOS 5 (32/64-bit)
Mac OS X:
Mac OS X Server (Leopard, Snow Leopard)
Mac OS X
Haiku DOS Aros
How To Use Host
USB Device From Guest In VirtualBox:
1. Check the "Enable USB Controller" check box. Note, if the device is USB 2.0 complaint check the "Enable USB 2.0 (EHCI) Controller" check box. Then a Configuration Dialog Box should show up.
2. Now VirtualBox needs to know which USB device(s) should be accessible from the guest OS. Use the USB filters. The device that matches the filter will be accessible for the guest OS. VirtualBox allows you to create filters based on vendor or product categories, but an also create filter which matches exactly that one device that you want to share.
In the USB configuration options dialog, click "Add Filter From Device". This should bring the pop-up menu with all USB devices connected to the host up.
3. In the pop-up menu, scroll down to the device you want, and click it. A new filter for this device will then be added to the list of filters. -> The filter is added for selected device.
4. You are done with the VirtualBox USB configuration. If you want more details, just double click on the selected filter, and it will bring up the detailed information about the device.
All this is a one time procedure, so it doesn't have to be repeated, even if you remove/reconnect your USB device.
USB Driver Installation: VirtualBox provides USB drivers to provide this access, which windows will ask you to install.
USB driver installation method.
When the USB driver installation process is started, you will see that the VirtualBox USB driver are not in the compatibility list of Windows drivers, so you will get a request to confirm whether you want to continue the installation or not. It's just a check from Microsoft, not a warning that they don't work. You can trust the VirtualBox drivers, so choose to install the driver. "Continue Anyway".
When you get the "Successful completion" dialog for the installation, close that dialog box and your virtual machine will continue booting. You will actually have to do this again, if you connect the device to another USB port. If you always use the same, this is a onetime operation too.
Verification Under Guest OS:
1. When the OS is loaded, ensure that the virtual machine can find the device. Move the mouse to the small USB icon in lower right corner. Now you should be see the list of accessible devices in the tooltip.
How to Install Windows
In Ubuntu Hardy with VirtualBox:
VirtualBox allows anyone to create a virtual machine on any computer. It's similar to VMware, just free and better.
1. Go to the VirtualBox download site and download the program for Ubuntu.
2. Double click the VirtualBox_x.x.x-xxxxx_Ubuntu_hardy_i386.deb and install the program.
3. After the installation, VirtualBox will create a group called vboxuser. You will have to add your user name to this. -> Go to System -> Administration -> Users and Groups. -> Scroll down till you see the vboxusers. -> Click Properties. -> Check your user name and click OK.
4. Go to Applications -> System Tools -> Sun xVM VirtualBox. (If the entry is missing, reboot your computer.)
5. Start VirtualBox
6. Click New to install a new virtual machine.
7. Select with type of OS you want to install, and create a virtual hard drive file.
You are now ready to install whatever OS you want, either from a real CD or from ISO Images.
VirtualBox can be downloaded for free at this site: >>VirtualBox<<
Original author: Innotek,
Developer: Oracle Corporation,
Initial release: January 15, 2007
Written in: C++, C, X86 assembly
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