A. No. You can install Windows for Workgroups, but when you try and boot it, it will just hang. Even setting the processor to legacy mode doesn't help. You can, however, get Windows for Workgroups to run under Windows Virtual PC on Windows 7, as shown below. So useful :-)
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- Q. How can I install MS-DOS into a virtual machine (VM)?
- Q. Does Windows Virtual PC in Windows 7 support 64-bit guest OSs?
- Windows Virtual PC and Windows XP Mode Release Candidate
- Q. How can I get access to a Windows Virtual PC virtual machine (VM) that's booting with Integration Components enabled?
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