Hi All! :wave: I thought i'd start a thread to discuss everyone's impressions and/or any issues to report when running Virtual XP within Windows 7. Virtual XP > Runs XP as a program within Windows 7. You basically get a window which provides you the XP desktop > You can run your XP programs within the XP window right on your Windows 7 desktop > You can move data between your XP and your Win 7 partitions as they all just look like network mounted drives to each other To run virtual XP in Windows 7 you must > Buy a CPU that supports "virtualization" (this is a CPU hardware feature) and > Run Windows 7 Premium, Ultimate or Enterprise Editions As to my experience thus far: I discovered my NTI CD/DVD Maker software won't run in Windows 7. (Win 7 reports the drivers aren't compatible) > So i started Virtual XP > Installed NTI into my "virtual XP computer" just as i did on my old XP computer > And ran the program successfully within the virtual xp environment So far, for the little i've done to date, the virtual XP environment has run just fine and just as i'd expect an XP computer to work I haven't played with any of the special USB or virtual XP settings yet. Anyone have some more info/experience or any problems to report about Virtual XP?