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Xp/7 Emulator for ipad

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I need to install a windows 7 or xp pro emulator on my ipad.

How would I do this??
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Have a look here:

http://areacellphone.com/2010/04/ipad-hacks-install-windows-xp-minutes/

Haven't done it so have no idea if it works, and it probably renders your warranty invalid.
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personally I do not think the iPad has the power to run a full OS on top of itself.  I would look more to the wyse pocket cloud app and then install the pocket cloud software on your personal computer and just work on it virtually.
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Yup, looks to be the best direction.

Thanks!!
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