|I have virtualbox running a guest os Ubuntu 12.10 32bit on a host of Windows 7 64bit. As soon as I pop up the guest machine, it runs really slow. I checked the system monitor on it, and it spikes and stays at 100%. I Googled it, and made a whole bunch of changes. Under "SYSTEM" in settings, I have changed the chipset, and enabled IO APIC and no change. I'm running a fixed HDD, not dynamic. The host has 8 gigs, and the guest has 2 gigs. Processor set at 1cpu, and PAE/NX is enabled. Tried unchecked too. Display has 128 mb and 3d is enabled. Tried dissabled, and 2d both enabled and dissabled too. For other people I saw the guest only ran slow with the music player or whatever, and they got their problems solved.|
I do have Microsoft Virtual PC running Windows XP Pro right now. It's running a scan. It runs really well. Tried Mint and Ubuntu with Virtual PC, but neither run well either.
I have an Intel Dual Core E2200 running at 2.2ghz. I did see this:
So it says: Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d) No
Does that mean that I can't run different OSes as virtual machines? I just didn't want to dual boot, just wanted to pop open a VM and mess with Linux.
Any more info needed, just ask.
Old stuff that still works, somewhat....