At Monday, 30 July 2001, you wrote:
>You shouldn't use vmware to boot an existing Windows installation.
>bad very quickly. The existing physical disk option can be used
>windows onto a free DOS partition (which you don't seem to have).
>best off using a virtual disk for your windows installation. Other
>you could re-partition your disk to make a dos partition available.
Actually, it works quite well. You need to read the relevant docs on
the vmware site to make sure you don't mess up your system, and you
need to create a new profile within windows for your VMware setup. This
is all pretty well documented both on the site and in the vmware
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