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windows 2010 will not load in system 7 virtual pc

I have a 64 bit system 7 os loaded and tried to install the new 2010 server into it.
I just want to see it run.
using an intel motherboard pentium dual core cpu e6500 2.93
8 gb ram
64 bit operating system
acpix64

when it reads dvd I get the following message
file: \vindows\system32\boot\winload.exe
status: 0xc000035a
info: attempting to load a 64 bit application, however this cpu is not compatible with 64 bit mode.

its a hyper v chip with a 64 bit os.
checked to make sure I had the 64 bit virtual pc and it is.

what am I doing wrong.

gary
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Are the 64 bit VT (Virtual Technology) extensions are enabled in the BIOS?   You can run 32-bit VM's without the this enabled, but not 64.
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ran belrac on the pc and it says that the cpu does not support vitalization even though the motherboard bios implies that it does if I'm reading it right.
mother board is a intel dp43tf but I can find no mention on the web what cpu I would have to install to get this to work.

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cpu e6500

have tried virtualbox before and really hate the capture mouse feature.

have used parallel and it works well

I was just hoping that I wouldn't have to install a piece of software to run other os.

has any one tried the virtual in suse?
gary
Sorry, but you need to have SOME software to run a virtualization environment. Either Virtual Box or VMware Player will work without requiring you to wipe or dual boot your existing system.
what I have found out is that if you do the windows xp mode that comes with system 7,  it seems to lock out other systems. if you install from a xp disk then you can do other installs.