Generally the easiest way to clean up your workstation is to work in the virtual machines, as the VM's have built-in snapshotting to allow you to work as you wish then to close the virtual machines, but you may need to reset your computer to bring it back to the previous state. But don't do that until you are ready and make sure you save them first to extract the snapshot. I'm going to use my time with a clean install of my OS, so no mess on my system. I made sure I had two virtual machines installed, one for XP and one for Win 7, just in case. The XP one I will use to run my virtual machine disk and the Win 7 one I will use as the host OS.
So once you have everything setup you may need to go into your control panel, as a test, and make sure your virtual machine can see both of the machines on the network, if it can't see at least one then you have a driver issue and you need to troubleshoot what needs to be done to make it see at least one of the two devices:Host OS- XP, Install XP virtual machine-note that this virtual machine has an IP address of 192.168.18.6 - then connect to the XP virtual machine
Then go to the notepad and see what's there, the problem is likely useable now, but you may need to do some research, as this is probably not simple enough for you. I had to do some research to get this to work for me. It's called a pnutools
But will your PC be able to run Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2? Well, that's up to your rig. GameStop posted a box shot of the PC version of the game (opens in new tab), which listed system requirements. As it turns out, as Joystiq found out from Activision, they're final and accurate. d2c66b5586