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How can i install VMWARE on dell 670

I am unable to find virtualization option in 670 machine.. Now kindly list down the steps that i should do to install VMWARE in my machine.

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Support for ISV-certified PCI Express graphics cards up to 150 watts and with up to 512MB graphics memory including: nVIDIA® Quadro® FX 4500;
nVIDIA Quadro FX 3450; Quadro FX 1400; ATI™ FireGL™ V3100; nVIDIA Quadro NVS 280; All graphics cards support dual monitor configurations
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SOURCE: Dell Precision 670 throws "BIOS not installed!" message

i think this means that the harddrive needs to be refoarmated as the bios sees no logical drive in which the boot.ini file resides

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SOURCE: My Dell 670 had a blue screen when the c drive

try to remove or detach any newly hardware.and check the Ram

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