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How to setup a VM (Virtual Machine)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Sevenhelmets, Sep 20, 2010.

  1. Sevenhelmets

    Sevenhelmets Registered Member

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    I thought I'd post this link on how to setup a Virtual Machine on your PC, primarily for the purpose of installing software, of which there are often things included in the patches and cracks which shouldn't be there. :rolleyes:

    Anyhow, I had no experience with this, but wanted to set one up tonight, searched high and low for guides on how to install VMWare, and everything was waaaay too technical and complicated for me.

    I finally stumbled across an article from Instructables which REALLY helped, so here it is:

    www instructables c0m /id/ How-to-setup-a-virtual-machine

    Sorry, I can't post normal links, so you'll have to fix it to make it work....

    Anyway, just thought others in the same boat might find it useful. I didn't write the article, and have nothing to do with it other than finding it completely helped me.
     
  2. bleach

    bleach Senior Member

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    Is it working with vps ??
    Iam also new with vps
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  3. coolfx35

    coolfx35 Regular Member

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    i think you should head over to VMware for the guide.

    I installed oracle's virtual box.. check that out.
     
  4. keinehabe

    keinehabe Supreme Member

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    usually on windows computers , just click on damn exe :) will run the installation wizard for you , after the wmvare is installed , just create a new '' virtual box / computer '' or anything else how is called on your version of vmware :) . then just hit the install OS into the virtual box . basically it's just about clicking :)