How to Use Paragon Go Virtual 1.0 to Migrate Your PC to a Virtual Machine
Paragon Go Virtual 1.0 is a powerful application that allows you to create a virtual clone of your PC and run it on any virtualization software, such as VMware, VirtualBox, or Hyper-V. This can help you avoid system conflicts, test new software, or access your old applications from a new computer.
In this article, we will show you how to use Paragon Go Virtual 1.0 to migrate your PC to a virtual machine in a few simple steps. You will need a product key and a serial number to activate the software, which you can download from the link below:
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Before you start, make sure you have enough disk space on your PC and on the destination device where you want to store the virtual machine. You will also need to close all running applications and disable any antivirus or firewall software that may interfere with the process.
Step 1: Install Paragon Go Virtual 1.0
Run the setup file that you downloaded and follow the instructions on the screen. Enter the product key and the serial number when prompted. You will also need to accept the license agreement and choose the installation folder.
Step 2: Launch Paragon Go Virtual 1.0
After the installation is complete, launch Paragon Go Virtual 1.0 from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut. You will see the main window of the software, which has three options: P2V Copy, P2V Adjust, and P2V Restore.
P2V Copy allows you to create a virtual machine from your current physical system. P2V Adjust allows you to adjust an existing virtual machine to make it compatible with different virtualization software. P2V Restore allows you to restore a backup image of your physical system as a virtual machine.
In this case, we will use P2V Copy to migrate our PC to a virtual machine.
Step 3: Select P2V Copy
Click on P2V Copy in the main window of Paragon Go Virtual 1.0. You will see a wizard that will guide you through the process of creating a virtual machine from your PC.
The first step is to select the source disk or partition that contains your operating system and data. You can choose to copy the entire disk or only specific partitions. You can also exclude any files or folders that you don't want to include in the virtual machine.
Step 4: Select Destination
The next step is to select where you want to save the virtual machine file. You can choose any local or network drive that has enough free space. You can also specify the name and format of the virtual machine file.
Paragon Go Virtual 1.0 supports various formats of virtual machines, such as VMware Workstation, VMware Player, VMware Fusion, Microsoft Virtual PC, Microsoft Hyper-V, Oracle VirtualBox, and Sun xVM VirtualBox.
You can also adjust some settings for the virtual machine, such as memory size, number of processors, network adapter type, and sound card type.
Step 5: Start P2V Copy
The final step is to start the P2V Copy process by clicking on Next. Paragon Go Virtual 1.0 will copy your physical system to a virtual machine file and display the progress on the screen.
The time required for this process depends on the size of your source disk or partition and the speed of your destination drive. You can also pause or cancel the process at any time.