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William, you are correct. VirtualBox installs it's own set of "standard"drivers for the guest OS, regardless of what motherboard & hardware you have. As long as your host OS can communicate with your hardware, VirtualBox should be able to use it as well. Considering it's free, it's probably worth a try.
|Sadiqur_Rahman by Sadiqur Rahman|
from Ain't Going to Work on Maggie's Farm no More
|Airborne by John Beavin|
from - How to respect the Flag and Anthem - (Portrait in Full Colours + A Border)