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Paragon Go Virtual 1.0 (Product Key With Serial)




Have you ever wanted to create a copy of your physical system and run it in a virtual environment? Have you ever faced problems with migrating your system to a different hardware or making it bootable after cloning? Have you ever wished you could access and modify your virtual disks without launching a hypervisor? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might be interested in Paragon Go Virtual 1.0, a powerful and easy-to-use tool that can help you accomplish all these tasks and more.




Paragon Go Virtual 1.0 (Product Key With Serial)



Paragon Go Virtual is a free software that allows you to make a virtual clone of your PC in any of the major formats: VMware Workstation/Fusion, Microsoft Virtual PC, or Oracle VirtualBox. You can use it to migrate your system to a virtual machine, test new software or settings in a safe environment, backup your data and applications, or access your system from anywhere. All you need is a product key and serial number that you can get from Paragon's website after registering.


In this article, we will show you how to use Paragon Go Virtual to create and use virtual machines from your physical system. We will also explain some of the benefits and features of this software, as well as answer some common questions that you might have. By the end of this article, you will be able to enjoy the advantages of virtualization without being too technical or spending too much time.


Why use Paragon Go Virtual?




Benefits of virtualization




Virtualization is the process of creating and running one or more virtual machines on a single physical machine. A virtual machine is a software-based emulation of a computer system that behaves like a real one. You can install an operating system and applications on a virtual machine, just like on a physical one.


There are many reasons why you might want to use virtualization, such as:


  • Testing: You can test new software or settings in a virtual machine without affecting your physical system or risking any damage or data loss.



  • Backup: You can create a backup of your entire system in a virtual machine format and store it on an external drive or a cloud service. You can restore your system from the backup in case of a disaster or a failure.



  • Migration: You can migrate your system to a different hardware or a virtual environment without reinstalling or reconfiguring everything. You can also move your virtual machine from one hypervisor to another with ease.



  • Accessibility: You can access your system from anywhere, as long as you have a device that can run a hypervisor and connect to the internet. You can also share your virtual machine with others or collaborate on projects remotely.



As you can see, virtualization can offer you many benefits and possibilities that you might not have with a physical system. However, not all virtualization tools are created equal. Some of them might be too complex, too expensive, or too limited for your needs. That's why you need Paragon Go Virtual, a free and simple solution that can help you create and use virtual machines with ease.


Features of Paragon Go Virtual




Paragon Go Virtual is a free software that allows you to create and use virtual machines from your physical system. It supports all the major formats of virtual machines: VMware Workstation/Fusion, Microsoft Virtual PC, and Oracle VirtualBox. It also supports Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 as the source and target operating systems.


Some of the unique features of Paragon Go Virtual are:


  • P2V Copy: This wizard allows you to create a virtual machine from your physical system in a few clicks. You can choose to copy the entire disk or only the partitions that you need. You can also resize the partitions and adjust the settings of the virtual machine according to your preferences.



  • P2V Adjust OS: This wizard allows you to make a virtual machine bootable after migration. It detects and fixes any issues that might prevent the virtual machine from booting, such as drivers, HAL, boot loader, etc. It also allows you to change the SID (Security Identifier) of the virtual machine if needed.



  • ConnectVD: This tool allows you to access and modify virtual disks without launching a hypervisor. You can mount any virtual disk as a drive letter in Windows Explorer and perform any operations on it, such as copying, deleting, formatting, etc. You can also use Paragon's other tools, such as Partition Manager or Backup & Recovery, to manage your virtual disks.



With these features, Paragon Go Virtual makes it easy and convenient for you to create and use virtual machines from your physical system. You don't need to be an expert or spend hours on complicated procedures. You just need to follow some simple steps and enjoy the benefits of virtualization.


How to use Paragon Go Virtual?




System requirements




Before you start using Paragon Go Virtual, you need to make sure that your system meets the minimum and recommended requirements for the software. Here are the system requirements for Paragon Go Virtual 1.0:


Requirement Minimum Recommended --- --- --- Operating system Windows XP SP2 (32-bit) Windows 7 SP1 (32-bit or 64-bit) CPU Intel Pentium or compatible, 300 MHz Intel Pentium 4 or compatible, 1 GHz RAM 256 MB 512 MB Disk space 100 MB for installation 200 MB for installation Internet connection Required for product activation Required for product activation If your system meets these requirements, you can proceed to download, install, and activate Paragon Go Virtual.


Installation and activation




To install Paragon Go Virtual, you need to download the setup file from Paragon's website: https://www.paragon-software.com/free/go-virtual/. The setup file is about 27 MB in size and is compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10.


After downloading the setup file, double-click on it to launch the installation wizard. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation process. You will be asked to accept the license agreement, choose the installation folder, and select the components to install. The installation process should take only a few minutes.


After installing Paragon Go Virtual, you need to activate it with a product key and serial number that you can get for free from Paragon's website after registering. To register, you need to provide your name, email address, and country. You will receive an email with the product key and serial number within a few minutes.


To activate Paragon Go Virtual, you need to launch the software and click on the "Activate" button on the main window. You will be prompted to enter the product key and serial number that you received by email. After entering the information, click on the "Activate" button again. You will see a confirmation message that your product has been successfully activated.


Now you are ready to use Paragon Go Virtual to create and use virtual machines from your physical system.


User interface and options




Paragon Go Virtual has a user-friendly and intuitive interface that allows you to access and manage all the functions and options of the software. The main window of Paragon Go Virtual consists of four components:


  • Menu bar: This is located at the top of the window and contains the following menus: File, Edit, View, Tools, Help. You can use these menus to perform various actions, such as creating a new virtual machine, editing the settings of an existing virtual machine, changing the view mode, accessing the tools, and getting help.



  • Toolbar: This is located below the menu bar and contains the following buttons: New Virtual Machine, Edit Virtual Machine, Delete Virtual Machine, Connect Virtual Disk, Disconnect Virtual Disk, Refresh, Activate. You can use these buttons to perform some of the most common actions, such as creating a new virtual machine, editing the settings of an existing virtual machine, deleting a virtual machine, connecting or disconnecting a virtual disk, refreshing the list of virtual machines, and activating the product.



  • Virtual Machine List: This is located on the left side of the window and shows all the virtual machines that you have created or imported with Paragon Go Virtual. You can select any virtual machine from this list and see its details on the right side of the window. You can also right-click on any virtual machine and access a context menu with more options, such as opening, exporting, or adjusting the virtual machine.



  • Virtual Machine Details: This is located on the right side of the window and shows the details of the selected virtual machine from the list. You can see information such as the name, format, size, location, status, and description of the virtual machine. You can also see a preview image of the virtual machine and access more options by clicking on the "More" button.



With this interface, you can easily create and manage your virtual machines with Paragon Go Virtual. You can also customize some of the settings of Paragon Go Virtual by clicking on the "Tools" menu and selecting "Options". You can change options such as the default folder for storing virtual machines, the default format for creating virtual machines, the default hypervisor for running virtual machines, etc.


How to create a virtual machine with Paragon Go Virtual?




P2V Copy wizard




The P2V Copy wizard is one of the main features of Paragon Go Virtual that allows you to create a virtual machine from your physical system in a few clicks. You can use this wizard to copy your entire disk or only the partitions that you need. You can also resize the partitions and adjust the settings of the virtual machine according to your preferences. Here are the steps to use the P2V Copy wizard:


  • Launch Paragon Go Virtual and click on the "New Virtual Machine" button on the toolbar or select "File" > "New Virtual Machine" from the menu bar.



  • The P2V Copy wizard will start and guide you through the process. Click on the "Next" button to continue.



  • Select the source disk or partition that you want to copy to a virtual machine. You can choose from the list of available disks or partitions on your system, or browse for a disk image file that you have created with Paragon's other tools. Click on the "Next" button to continue.



  • Select the destination folder and format for your virtual machine. You can choose from the default folder or browse for a different one, and you can choose from the supported formats: VMware Workstation/Fusion, Microsoft Virtual PC, or Oracle VirtualBox. Click on the "Next" button to continue.



  • Review the summary of your settings and make any changes if needed. You can also click on the "Advanced" button to access more options, such as resizing the partitions, changing the name and description of the virtual machine, selecting the boot partition, etc. Click on the "Next" button to continue.



  • The wizard will start copying your disk or partition to a virtual machine. You can see the progress and status of the operation on the screen. You can also pause, resume, or cancel the operation at any time. When the operation is completed, click on the "Finish" button to exit the wizard.



Congratulations! You have successfully created a virtual machine from your physical system with Paragon Go Virtual. You can see your virtual machine in the list on the main window of Paragon Go Virtual. You can also edit, delete, export, or adjust your virtual machine with Paragon Go Virtual's other features.


P2V Adjust OS wizard




The P2V Adjust OS wizard is another feature of Paragon Go Virtual that allows you to make a virtual machine bootable after migration. It detects and fixes any issues that might prevent the virtual machine from booting, such as drivers, HAL, boot loader, etc. It also allows you to change the SID (Security Identifier) of the virtual machine if needed. Here are the steps to use the P2V Adjust OS wizard:


  • Launch Paragon Go Virtual and select the virtual machine that you want to adjust from the list on the main window. Right-click on it and select "Adjust OS" from the context menu, or select "Edit" > "Adjust OS" from the menu bar.



  • The P2V Adjust OS wizard will start and guide you through the process. Click on the "Next" button to continue.



  • Select the hypervisor that you want to use to run your virtual machine. You can choose from the supported hypervisors: VMware Workstation/Fusion, Microsoft Virtual PC, or Oracle VirtualBox. Click on the "Next" button to continue.



  • The wizard will scan your virtual machine and detect any issues that might prevent it from booting. You can see the list of issues and their status on the screen. The wizard will automatically fix most of the issues, such as drivers, HAL, boot loader, etc. You can also manually fix some of the issues, such as changing the SID, by clicking on the "Fix" button next to them. Click on the "Next" button to continue.



  • Review the summary of your settings and make any changes if needed. You can also click on the "Advanced" button to access more options, such as changing the network settings, enabling or disabling services, etc. Click on the "Next" button to continue.



  • The wizard will start adjusting your virtual machine and fixing any remaining issues. You can see the progress and status of the operation on the screen. You can also pause, resume, or cancel the operation at any time. When the operation is completed, click on the "Finish" button to exit the wizard.



Congratulations! You have successfully adjusted your virtual machine and made it bootable with Paragon Go Virtual. You can now import and run your virtual machine in your chosen hypervisor and enjoy its functionality.


ConnectVD tool




The ConnectVD tool is another feature of Paragon Go Virtual that allows you to access and modify virtual disks without launching a hypervisor. You can mount any virtual disk as a drive letter in Windows Explorer and perform any operations on it, such as copying, deleting, formatting, etc. You can also use Paragon's other tools, such as Partition Manager or Backup & Recovery, to manage your virtual disks. Here are the steps to use the ConnectVD tool:


  • Launch Paragon Go Virtual and click on the "Connect Virtual Disk" button on the toolbar or select "Tools" > "Connect Virtual Disk" from the menu bar.



  • The ConnectVD tool will start and ask you to select a virtual disk that you want to connect. You can browse for a virtual disk file on your system or network, or select one from the list of recently used virtual disks. Click on the "Open" button to continue.



  • The tool will mount your virtual disk as a drive letter in Windows Explorer and assign it a name based on its format and size. You can see your virtual disk in the list of connected virtual disks on the main window of Paragon Go Virtual. You can also see its details on the right side of the window.



  • You can now access and modify your virtual disk as if it were a physical disk. You can use Windows Explorer or any other software to perform any operations on it. You can also use Paragon's other tools, such as Partition Manager or Backup & Recovery, to manage your virtual disk.



  • When you are done with your virtual disk, you can disconnect it by clicking on the "Disconnect Virtual Disk" button on the toolbar or select "Tools" > "Disconnect Virtual Disk" from the menu bar. You can also disconnect all the virtual disks at once by clicking on the "Disconnect All Virtual Disks" button on the toolbar or selecting "Tools" > "Disconnect All Virtual Disks" from the menu bar.



Congratulations! You have successfully connected and modified your virtual disk with Paragon Go Virtual. You can now use your virtual disk in your hypervisor or store it for later use.


How to use a virtual machine created with Paragon Go Virtual?




Choosing a hypervisor




A hypervisor is a software that allows you to run one or more virtual machines on a single physical machine. A hypervisor provides the necessary resources and environment for the virtual machines to function properly. There are different types of hypervisors, such as hosted or native, and different brands, such as VMware, VirtualBox, or Virtual PC.


Paragon Go Virtual supports all the major formats of virtual machines: VMware Workstation/Fusion, Microsoft Virtual PC, and Oracle VirtualBox. You can choose any of these hypervisors to run your virtual machine created with Paragon Go Virtual. However, you need to consider some factors before choosing a hypervisor, such as:


  • Compatibility: You need to make sure that your hypervisor is compatible with your operating system and hardware. You also need to make sure that your virtual machine format is compatible with your hypervisor. For example, if you created a VMware Workstation/Fusion virtual machine, you need to use VMware Workstation/Fusion or VMware Player as your hypervisor.



  • Performance: You need to make sure that your hypervisor can provide enough resources and speed for your virtual machine to run smoothly. You also need to make sure that your physical system can handle the load of running a hypervisor and a virtual machine. For example, if you have a low-end system, you might want to use a lightweight hypervisor, such as VirtualBox.



  • Features: You need to make sure that your hypervisor can offer you the features and functions that you need for your virtual machine. You also need to make sure that you are comfortable with the user interface and options of your hypervisor. For example, if you want to use advanced features, such as snapshots, cloning, or networking, you might want to use a full-featured hypervisor, such as VMware Workstation/Fusion.



Based on these factors, you can choose a suitable hypervisor for running your virtual machine created with Paragon Go Virtual. You can download and install your chosen hypervisor from its official website or from other sources. You can also compare and contrast different hypervisors by reading reviews or articles online.


Importing and running a virtual machine




After choosing a hypervisor, you need to import and run your virtual machine created with Paragon Go Virtual in it. The process of importing and running a virtual machine might vary slightly depending on the hypervisor that you use, but the general steps are as follows:


  • Launch your hypervisor and click on the "New" or "Create" button to create a new virtual machine.



  • Select the option to use an existing virtual disk or file as the source for your virtual machine. Browse for the location of your virtual disk or file that you created with Paragon Go Virtual and select it.



  • Specify the name and location for your virtual machine in your hypervisor. You can also adjust the settings of your virtual machine, such as memory, CPU, network, etc., according to your needs.



  • Click on the "Finish" or "Create" button to complete the process of importing your virtual machine in your hypervisor.



  • Select your virtual machine from the list of available virtual machines in your hypervisor and click on the "Start" or "Play" button to run it.



You will see a window showing the boot screen of your virtual machine. You can interact with it as if it were a physical system. You can also use the tools and


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