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[Guide] Botting multiple accounts on same PC using VMware

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  • Hard Disk: 20GB' date=' Split
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You don't need to waste 20GB of space for Tiny7, if I recall it only uses somewhere around/under 2GB of space after installation. So to account for Bluestacks install and such, 10GB of space will do just fine instead. But 20GB is definitely not needed as that's the normal installation of Windows 7.

Also if anyone ever does come into a problem with space, you can easily increase it in the VMware options for that instance without having to reinstall or anything.

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[*]Hard Disk: 20GB' date=' Split

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You don't need to waste 20GB of space for Tiny7, if I recall it only uses somewhere around/under 2GB of space after installation. So to account for Bluestacks install and such, 6GB-8GB of space will do just fine instead. But 20GB is definitely not needed as that's the normal installation of Windows 7.

Also if anyone ever does come into a problem with space, you can easily increase it in the VMware options for that instance without having to reinstall or anything.

Safer just in case you plan on using it for anything else having a little extra space is always good specially when couple months of loot images pile up but then again I do go overkill ;)

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i followed every step but when i install bs' date=' i keep getting error because of my graphics card on vm, why is that?

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Whats the error? What does it say perhaps even a screen shot can't help without more information you'll have to be more specific than that

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2G7j4Rw.jpgthis is what im talking about

That's an old version of Bluestacks download and try with the latest version

Before trying to install the latest version check and make sure that the old version is not there by going into Start Menu > Administrative Tools > Add or Remove Programs then uninstall if you find Bluestacks there

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