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    Why don't you load a Windows 7 Virtual Machine in Windows 8 (using Hyper-V) and install the games there? That's what I did for some apps that only run under XP.

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  3. #13


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    Windows 7 uiltimate, Windows 8.1 pro 64bit, Windows server 2008R2, Windows 10 TP


    Quote Originally Posted by PJL View Post
    Why don't you load a Windows 7 Virtual Machine in Windows 8 (using Hyper-V) and install the games there? That's what I did for some apps that only run under XP.
    you will need another windows 7 license for that because after upgrade you can not use earlier windows version that you upgrade from. and to use hyper v you need your cpu to support advanced virtualization.. not all cpus support it.
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    Thanks
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