Or use Windows XP Mode since it no longer requires a CPU with virtualization built into it. Windows XP Mode is easier to setup plus Microsoft gives you a licensed copy of XP to use with it. You have to have Windows 7 Pro in order for it to work though. Otherwise, downloading a free virtualization program like VMWare Player (as huron suggested) or VirtualBox is the way to go. However, you have to have your own copy of XP to install unlike XP Mode (although there IS a way to use the XP mode image within VMWare Player but I don't know the legalities of something like that).