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On 12/7/2016 11:29 AM, Philip Jackson <> wrote:
It would be nice if I could just create a VB machine and tell it to load
the hard disk which already has the workable installation of Windows 10,
together with the couple of applications I use from time to time.

You mean something like this:


Trying to just use an existing partition/install is possible with VB,
but you will encounter issues occasionally. The above is a much cleaner
way to go.

Also, if you have problems re-activating, it is usually very painless
and automated - you call a toll free number, walk through the prompts,
and get a new code to activate. I've done this many times and never not
gotten reactivated, but everyone has to decide on the moral question
regarding the licensing.

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