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Feb 5, 2011

how to turn on hardware virtualization in my biosmy model is:Manufacturer:Intel Corporation Model:DG41RQ Chipset Vendor:Intel Chipset Model:

Turn On Virtualization In Windows 7 X64?

Dec 27, 2012
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My Bios is Award Modular BIOS v6.00PG on a GIGABYTE GA-Z68MA-D2H-B3 motherboard. i want to do this so i can have 2 or more of the same game up with a hack shield on it.

Step After Enabling Virtualization In BIOS

Jun 10, 2009

After you save your settings please follow this important step below in order for VT to work properly.
1. Enable VT in bios (where the option is, depends on your MoBo manufacturer)
2. Save BIOS Settings
3. Exit BIOS
4. Shut Down PC (some PC's will shut down automatically for about 3-4 seconds when you save the BIOS. Some will NOT)
5. Leave PC off for about 5-10 seconds
6. Boot PC
you should be all set.
I think this should save a lot of the posts where folk have enabled VT in their bios but it is still not working.
sticky maybe?

How Is Parallels Virtualization Different From Normal Virtualization

Jul 24, 2012

I started thinking about our computers.. why we cannot run two operating systems on the same computer at the same time - without virtualization. We have plenty of Ram these days and often 2 or 4 Central Processing Units.

Computer Doesn't Even Turn On BIOS?

Jan 26, 2012

my mothers laptop (HP-2133 *Large Battery*) just stopped working.There have happened a couple of things, so I'll tell it one by one:- My mother turned on (From hibernation) her laptop one day, and the screen was green.:My thoughts: I thought that it might be the graphics card that had some kind of error on start up, so I just turned it off and on again. Then it ran like it used to. A few hours later the laptop had these random freezes, which made 'Force-shutdown' the only possible way of rebooting.:My thoughts: I thought that this was perhaps a virus, but I never got the chance to run our Anti-virus (Kaspersky Antivirus PRO)- Now (two days later), when she/I tries/try to turn on the laptop, nothing happens... The laptop powers on, but doesn't actually run the HDD, or even the motherboard for that matter (Doesn't run the BIOS).
:My thoughts: I noticed that the only light that's on, is the power-light, (The HDD doesn't even blink). I also noticed that the screen doesn't even turn on, but the fans actually run (Most likely because the laptop is powered on)So I can imagine that the motherboard is dead, and in these couple of days, it's shown me that this is it's last days to live.But before I rip it apart and save the value parts, and scrap the rest, I would like to ask you guys for your opinion..

Turn Off BIOS In Sony Vaio?

Feb 14, 2013

I want to install windows 7 home premium x64 in my sony vaio VCEA24FM, but I don't know how to turn off bios in it.

Turn The Hyper Threading Off In The Bios?

Sep 27, 2012

I have a severe virtual problem. Going on in my home and I would like to turn the hyperthreading off in my laptop one is Hp and the other dell. I also have a hp desktop pc with amd... The other 2 have intel...all came with window 7 ....but for the life of me I can't access my hard drive. When I save somehing it saves. It in the ram...how screwed up and my browsers are horrible. The only way I have been able to halfway install a router is thru my screwed up browsers. None of my window 7 pcs seem to know how to configure a router.. I have a new hard drive for Hp desktop. I really hate to install it then I am stuck only accessing the virtual part. I recently installed a new hard drive in my laptop then it went all to hell after I installed seatools. Now I find out the hard drive I bought doesn't need utilities that it automatically installs it self. Too late now . I can't boot or install Windows. Not even linux will install.
I can't afford too lose another $100 on another hard drive. So it is possible to turn off the hyperthreading in the bios ...I just need to know how. I don't play games or watch tv on my pc so I really just need it to be able to email,internet, and music, a printer would be so nice. Its been so long since I have been able to use one. I hook up a printer but everytime samething always happens my pc. States the printer isn't mine and I can't use it. I will settle for the email,music and surfing the net.

PSU Died, New PSU, Bios Won't Recognize SATA Devices, Now Won't Turn On

Oct 18, 2012

Synopsis: PSU died, replaced PSU with different model, system boots to bios successfully but does not recognize any devices in SATA ports, nor do those devices appear to be getting power. Now can't even get to BIOS, entire PC flicks on and off repeatedly as soon as I turn the PSU on regardless of whether I hit the power button on the front of the computer.
System Specifications
Original PSU that died: SeaSonic M12II 750 SS-750AM 750w PSU
CPU: Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz
GPUs: ASUS 670 non-top version, SLI (2x)
MOBO: ASRock Z77 extreme 6
RAM: Mushkin Enhanced Blackline 8GB (2 x 4GB) SDRAM DDR3 2133
Optical drive: Sony AD-7280S-0B 24x SATA Internal DVD+/-RW Drive
SSD: SanDisk Extreme 240GB SATA 6.0 Gb-s 2.5-Inch (OS is installed here)
Storage drive: Western Digital Caviar Black 1 TB SATA III (This was not connected when power supply died)
Detailed explanation:About a week ago my PSU (Seasonic 750w) died randomly while the computer was left running in sleep . I RMA'd the dead seasonic. In the mean time I happened to come accross an extremely good deal on a new PSU, so I bought it (Thermaltake smart m850w PSU) to have a backup and to get my machine working again. I hooked up the new PSU to GPUs, CPU, fans, ATX power connector, and to all of the SATA devices, (the SSD, the HDD, and the Optical drive). I made sure to connect the data cables to the SATA devices in the same configuration they were in when working properly. The computer boots successfully to the ASROCK BIOS, all fans spinning. However, I get the error code 'A6' on 'dr debug' (the led display on the mobo). The manual says this means 'SCSI detect'. I have no idea what that means.
I was able to load the UEFI, and bios recognized all components except for any of the SATA devices--(SSD, the HDD, and optical drive not recognized). The RAM, GPUs, processor, and fans were detected. At this point I was stuck in BIOS because I couldn't boot off anything.I did not have the HDD connected when the PSU failed, but now the BIOS won't read that either. I don't think any of the SATA devices are actually receiving power. Again, the UEFI showed that there were no SATA devices connected to any port, when in reality they clearly were connected both by power and data cable. Then things get really strange. I unhooked all of the SATA devices except the HDD (the one that wasn't hooked up when the original PSU died). I plug the AC into the PSU, then turn on PSU (not the power switch for the computer, the switch on the PSU). The computer starts flicking on and off in this weird rhythmic pulsating pattern 'click...click...click...click...' with about a 1/2 second between each click. Each time the power flicks on, the LEDs come on and the fans spin briefly. The strangest part is that I don't need to hit the power button on the front of the case for this to happen, it just starts as soon as the PSU is turned on. In fact, I can't get the computer to turn on at all--the switch on the front of the computer appears to be dead.
1. Unplug the power cables from everything and re-seated them.
2. Reseated the data cables to the optical drive and the SSD on the drive end, not on the MOBO side as they are covered by my GPUs and I would have to take them out in order to do that.
3. Tried hooking up a SATA power cable from my old modular PSU and using that in the new PSU in an attempt to power the optical drive (didn't work, I know, bad idea--I learned you aren't supposed to do this shortly after I tried it)
4. Setting all preferences to default in the UEFI.
5. Disconnecting the power cables from one or both of the GPUs.
I think that this is either a problem with (1) the motherboard, (2) the new PSU, (3) all 3 SATA devices (unlikely). The fact that I can't even get into Bios anymore tells me that this may be a MOBO or PSU issue.My main question is how to procede from here? I suppose I can wait for my Seasonic to come back from RMA--perhaps that will clear up the issue. I just can't shake the feeling that this is a MOBO issue though. I am worried that if I keep screwing around with it I may end up frying my CPU and GPUs. I can eat the cost of a MOBO or PSU if necessary, but I can't afford to buy a new processor and two new 670s.

Unable To Install To Disk, Turn On Disk Controller In BIOS?

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Use Virtualization For Windows XP

May 9, 2012

Do you guys use a third party VM ware or do you use virtualization for windows XP?? Also is virtualziation really vm ware?? I am looking to put some vm ware on my workstation to test files for accuracy and viruses before loading them to my server. I have thought about doing a VPNing to an old machine but after weeks of research I found out that you can still obtain a virus through VPN.

USB Virtualization Driver

Nov 18, 2009

While trying to get an external HD (SATA-to-USB) to be recognized again after it disappeared, I read a suggestion to uninstall the USB drivers. After a reboot they were to reinstall automatically. Well, I also uninstalled the USB Virtualization driver (since it said USB...) and it did not reinstall.
I have uninstalled and reinstalled the XP Compatibility Mode, and tried to do the same with Virtual Machine, but it's an update and not a program. I read on a thread here that I can remove it and reapply it. Would that solve my problem?
(I'm trying to use a USB scanner and when I try to attach the USB with the tab in XP Mode I get an error that the USB Virtualization Driver is missing.)

Asus P5E Deluxe / Virtualization

Jun 16, 2009

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I cant find the option to set Virtualization in my bios.

Virtualization In Windows 7 Home?

Jul 13, 2011

running Windows in a Virtual Machine on my Windows 7 PC. However I have 7 home premium and XP mode is not available for me. Are there any free tools I can use to Run a Virtual Machine in Windows 7 Home? Preferably running Windows 7 within Windows 7.

Hardware Virtualization Locked Off

Aug 10, 2009

in my bios is no option for turning on virtualization .
securable showing that my vt locked off .
can i still run xp mode ?

How To Enable Hardware Virtualization

Feb 24, 2012

ive looked in the bios and i cant find the option to enable it

Enabling Hardware Virtualization

Sep 20, 2009

I just ran SecurAble and found out that 'Hardware Virtualization' is locked off.
Anyone know how I can turn it back on? I heard If It's on it would give me better performance.

Drivers Running In Virtualization

Dec 5, 2009

I'm not entirely sure if this possible and if it some help with it would be greatly appreciated Basically i have a webcam that has drivers soley for 32bit systems my Windows 7 ultimate is a 64bit system and windows wont install the drivers no matter how much i try and force it to. So i setup XP mode and it all works fine, i can run the video capturing software, Windows live messenger etc in XP mode with the USB webcam attached and it works a treat.
However it gets rather odious to have to keep running WLM via XP mode, so i was wondering if there was a way that the webcam's drivers will run in XP mode with it being in the background and then work on windows 7 so that i can use the applications in 7 instead of XP mode. Im not even sure where to start with something like this so if someone could point me in the right direction it would be nice.
Just to clarify as i do know that my written communication skills can be severly lacking sometimes :P, i just want the drivers to run and no applications for XP mode so that windows 7 can recognize the hardware, is it possible or is it not a realistic thing?

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Virtualization Hardware Locked

Dec 20, 2009

i have laptop, model: gigabyte w566N with intel T7250.
my Virtualization hardware locked on/
how can i open it in my bios?

XP Mode On PCs W/o Hardware Virtualization

Nov 14, 2009

How to run Windows XP Mode in Windows 7 using VirtualBox when hardware virtualization is not available.
Migrating your operating system to Windows 7 is attractive to many XP users for no other reason than XP has bugs, limitations and after all...is nine years old. Windows 7 really is very stable and pretty smooth even on four-year-old hardware.
I'm running Windows 7 on a Dell Optiplex GX280 with a 3.4GHz Pentium P4 and 3GB of RAM and it has pretty good performance.
But XP doesn't actually upgrade to 7. Instead, you must overwrite or install a fresh copy of 7, perhaps on a new hard drive. And after installing it, you will discover some applications you used with XP are incompatible with 7.
My older applications like Act! 2008, QuickBooks 2002 and others will not run on Windows Vista or 7.
So Microsoft's Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate include a license which allows users to run a virtualized copy of Windows XP, SP3 'on top of' Windows 7 at no additional cost. This way, you can run your older applications in a real XP environment.
Find instructions and download it here.
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/download.aspx
Microsoft provides two tools - Windows Virtual PC and Windows XP Mode. XP Mode is actually a .vhd file with a copy of XP preinstalled, ready to license and run. A KEY.txt file containing an installation key is included in your C:Program FilesWindows XP Mode folder.
However there's one very big 'gotcha' here which can quickly sour your enthusiasm.
Windows 7's version of Virtual PC will only run on systems with hardware virtualization capability, found only in the newest processors with Intel VT-x or AMD-V designs. Most older PCs do not have this, and believe it or not many new PCs don't either! Some systems have the feature, but you must enable it in your system's BIOS before it will work.
This means, even though your system may be new, and has Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate installed, you might not be able to run Windows Virtual PC or Windows XP Mode. Bummer.
But don't let that slow you down because there is a solution.
It turns out Windows XP Mode's license is carefully worded to allow its use on alternative virtualization products such as VMware, Parallels, Xen and Sun's VirtualBox. And interestingly, these products can open the .vhd file either natively, or by converting it. While these products can use the hardware virtualization feature, they don't require it.
Excellent news!
So my old Dell would not run Virtual PC, but does run VirtualBox very well. VirtualBox opens .vhd files as easily as it does it's own .vhi files.
The only problem I had the first time I tried it was an error message saying VirtualBox could not open the file for read/write. Then I copied and changed the new file's security to 'Full' for 'Everyone' and bang - it took off immediately.
The XP Mode virtual machine presented itself as an expand-on-demand 127GB hard disk image, taking up less than 1.4GB when configured.
Virtual machines require some special drivers and extensions to talk to your desktop through the virtual environment. Since Microsoft created the .vhd, only their own drivers were preinstalled, requiring me to install VirtualBox's extensions to fully support the display, keyboard and mouse. But that is required anyway when creating a Virtual Machine in all these products.
Sun's VirtualBox, free for personal use, is available at
http://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads
Enjoy!

How To Enable Hardware Virtualization ?

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I downloaded the untility provided by Intel as advertised on the Microsoft website for XP mode which says my processor does support virtualization. However I cannot find a way to enable it, it seems my OEM hasn't provided any option in the BIOS to do this, is there any other way?

Windows 7 Virtualization And Dual-Boot

Nov 6, 2012

I want to setup my laptop with VMWare or something similiar so that windows is running virtually, and every boot-up i am running a 'fresh' windows install (sorta how most colleges have their systems setup), as well as have the option of booting into Ubuntu or Fedora as a dual boot option. BUT... i have not setup VMWare since WinXP days and they have so many products im not sure which one to go with.. i only see VMWare workstation for $250? that is too expensive. I use graphic heavy applications. Or, is there another option that will work just as good or decent?

Virtualization: Virtual XP Couldn't Be Started

May 24, 2009

As some around here, I have a problem and hope that you might help me.
I installed Windows virtual machine, Virtual XP with virtualization activated in BIOS and when I launch it, I get the message:
'Virtual XP couldn't be started. Activate Virtualization in BIOS and try again'
any ideas?

How To Force File And Registry Virtualization

Aug 16, 2011

I have a program which tries to write data to %windir%. I can make this program work if I open Windows Task Manager, right click the program's process and check the 'UAC Virtualization'. However, I dont want to do this every time I run the program, so is there a way to auto-enable the virtualization for this program?
I'm running Windows 7 pro/enterprise 64bit.

Linux Virtualization - MAX Resolution Is 800x600

May 14, 2009

so, I've just installed Linux via VPC
everything works only. the MAX resolution is 800x600 and there are NO options to set this higher.
Maximizing the screen does nothing at all. anyone have any solutions?
p.s I'm using kubuntu

Use Virtualization Software That Is Able To Run Linux/Ubuntu?

Jan 9, 2013

easy to use virtualization software that is able to run linux/ubantu. I am NOT using this for any important work at all. I am just using this to try it out and to show off to my friends thats all. So I just need a virtualization software to run ubantu.
System spec:
i7 2600k stock
gtx 560
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fsp 500watt 80plus gold
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XP Mode And Hardware Virtualization Issues

Oct 28, 2009

I am running Vista 32 bit and Seven 64 bit (dual boot) with a Core 2 Quad Q9550. Im am Trying to get XP mode to work in Seven. Microsoft says you need hardware virtualization in order to do that.
In Vista, I ran Intel's Processor Identification Utility and the processor does in fact have hardware virtualization. However, in Seven, both the Intel Processor ID Utility and Microsoft's Hardware Virtualization Detection Tool say that it does not.
Does anyone have any insight as to what the problem is?
If you need more info on my hardware specs feel free to ask.
EDIT: I can run virtual machines fine in Vista and there is no BIOS setting for VT, its always on.

XP Mode In Win7 Without Hardware Virtualization

Dec 1, 2009

VMLite (a virtualization technology based on VirtualBox ) can run XP Mode in Windows even if your processor is not capable of Hardware Virtualization.
Its a tweaked version of VirtualBox and can run XP Mode even in Windows Vista. The XP Mode in VMlite does not require activation.(You have to download XP Mode from Microsoft and install it with VMLite).

Disabling Hardware Virtualization - Laptop Machine?

Feb 27, 2012

where to the disable hardware virtualization option is in BIOS.I have looked upon all the sections, and there is no option that lets me disable this feature. For example in the section named Security I am allowed to set some passwords (3 passwords in total - don't remember for what they were exactly) but pretty much nothing else is there. The first section is called Information and you are not allowed to change anything on that page.Finally, I have also verified that my processor has the option of hardware virtualization technology through the Intel Processor Identification Utility. My CPU is Intel Core i7-2670QM (2.2Ghz)(Extra Note: I need to disable this feature in order to run Mac OS X on VMWare)

Easiest And Safest Way To Enable Hardware-virtualization

Mar 15, 2011

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MS Tool To Detect Hardware Assisted Virtualization?

Jul 11, 2011

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Microsoft has released a program to detect if you hardware supports hardware assisted virtualization and if this is enabled in the bios. Download Details - Microsoft Download Center - HAV Detection Tool