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Install SolidWorks 2010 in XP mode for Windows 7 64-bit?

Question asked by Bruce Buck on May 19, 2011
Latest reply on May 20, 2011 by Anna Wood

We currently are using Teamcenter for our PLM/PDM needs. This requires a third-party integration module for SolidWorks. We are preparing to switch over to 64-bit and new hardware, but as we understand it, our Teamcenter integration version will not work with Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit). So we were wondering whether we'll be able to still run SolidWorks using XP mode. My main concern is whether we'll have 3D acceleration/OpenGL in that virtual environment, and whether or not running in XP mode will still allow for access to more than the 4GB limit of a 32-bit environment?


Any ideas?