Sun has updated its VirtualBox virtualization software, fixing bugs related to Windows 7 and Snow Leopard.
Virtual Box 3.0.10, released on Thursday, includes a change in the way the software works with Intel VT-x and AMD-V virtualization technologies. The change fixes a problem related to the XP compatibility mode in the recently released Windows 7, Sun said.
In addition, the company revamped the Windows 7 installer for Windows hosts and fixed a redraw problem in dual-screen setups on Mac OS X Snow Leopard hosts. Sun added Windows 7 and Mac OS X 'Snow Leopard' support in the VirtualBox 2.2, which launched in April.
The update also fixes memory leaks, a guest multi-processing bug and USB 2.0 stability problems.
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