I have installed Virtualbox 4.3.10 on a Macbook Pro, Core i7, with OS 10.9.2. I created a VM with Win7 Pro 32bit. When I attempt to install FreeAXP on the VM, I get an error saying "This application requires at least 2 CPU cores." Is this a compatibility problem between this version of Virtualbox and FreeAXP ? Or is there some setting I am missing? Thanks.
FYI, I figured out in Virtualbox, "Close-Save" machine state is not stopped or shutdown like I thought. While the VM is in SAVE, you cannot change the CPU quantity. The VM has to be shutdown, as in a Win7 shutdown or a VM power off to be able to change the processor quantity. After changing CPU to a quantity of 2, then FreeAXP installed successfully.
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