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Yes, it is perfectly safe. If your computer isn't overheating in Windows, it won't overheat while running Vbox in Windows. (Assuming you've got a good CPU cooler). If you are using the stock cooler, I highly recommend you go to your local Microcenter and pick up a Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO. When you say the software "burnt your motherboard", did you ...


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The easiest thing to do would be to install the version of Virtualbox that is included in the Ubuntu software repositories. In general, this is preferred over installing a downloaded version (unless you need special features that the version in the software repos doesn't offer). The version of Virtualbox in the Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial) repos is 5.0.18-1. First,...



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