How to contact VirtualBox Support?
Oracle VM VirtualBox is a free and open source software for x86 and x86-64 virtualization. Software developed by Oracle Corporation. This allows user or administrator to easily run multiple guest operating systems on a single host. While using VM a question always exists that, How to contact VM Support? In this topic we focus on the support system of VM officially and from where we can get additional support.
Let’s start the topic with the same question. VM provides free support to the users through their official forums. You can contact virtualbox support https://forums.virtualbox.org/ but support provides to professionals only. You can get quick phone support for VM through https://25dollarsupport.com/ also. They provide quick and efficient support through Live Chat, Call or by live machine access in regarding issues which you are facing with.
Before heading towards the topic lets first understand some key features, hardware requirements and limitations of VM. These three topics becomes more important while you are planning to install VM or facing issues with VM.
Key Features of VirtualBox
- Guest multip processing (SMP).
- USB device support.
- Hardware compatibility.
- Full ACPI support.
- Multiscreen resolutions.
- Built-in iSCSI support.
- PXE Network boot.
Hardware Requirements for VirtualBox
As to Oracle official Website document, Latest release of Oracle VM VirtualBox Server supports i686 and x86_64 host hardware only. Oracle VM Server requires a 32- or 64-bit processor with at least an i686-class processor on the host computer. This includes all Intel Pentium Pro or newer, and all AMD Athlon/Duron processors and newer. At least a Pentium 4 or Athlon CPU is recommended.
For hardware virtualized (unmodified) guest operating systems (for example, Microsoft Windows), a CPU with hardware virtualization support is required. This includes some Intel Pentium D, Core, Core2 and Xeon models, and some AMD Athlon and Opteron models. This feature may also need to be enabled in the BIOS.
Please refer to your processor documentation for information on whether your processor supports hardware virtualization and how to enable it in the BIOS. A dual core CPU or multiple CPUs are recommended to run multiple guests. The minimum memory requirement is 1GB RAM, although it is recommended you have a computer with at least 2GB RAM. Guest memory requirements vary for each guest operating system. You should perform your own memory sizing for guest operating systems.
Limitations of VirtualBox
VM has limited support for 3D graphics (up to OpenGL 3.0, Direct3D 9). 3D acceleration must be enabled in the VM settings manually. A maximum 128 MB of video memory is supported. Graphics drivers must be installed on the host machine, and VM Guest Additions must be installed on the guest machine.
Where VirtualBox can Install?
You can install VM on Windows, macOS, Linux, Solaris and OpenSolaris. Also there are some ports to FreeBSD and Genode. It supports Windows, Linux, BSD, OS/2, Solaris, Haiku, and OSx86 as well as limited virtualization of macOS. .
VM supports both Intel’s VT-x and AMD’s AMD-V hardware-assisted virtualization.
The supported operating systems include:
- Windows 8.1 and higher
- Windows Server 2012 and higher
- Linux distributions
- Mac OS X 10.13 and higher (on an Intel CPU)
- Oracle Solaris
Enjoy VirtualBox with Windows 11
Oracle VM VirtualBox also supports latest Operating System by Microsoft
Team Windows 11 . If you planning to Install Windows 11 in VM system requires at least a 4-core processor and 8 GB of RAM. There is some point you need to pay attention to before you start or plant to install Windows 11. Surf the Website to know the “Requirements of Windows 11“.
Hope you all got a clear understanding about everything regarding this topic. If still you have question with you please feel free to contact us.