the topic title pretty much summerises. I tried booting up a MAC os, straight from an ISO, VMware Workstation 12 Player dialog OS is not supported with binary translation. To run OS you need a host on which VMware Player supports Intel VT-x or AMD-V.;
tried booting up XP, from grossgang.com, since that thing has a preconfigured screen reader, and I'm not sure if I can install XP alone, rather, whether it would even boot. and I do use XP, as it's light weight, and it's really good for backwards compatibility. anyways, VMware Workstation 12 Player dialog This virtual machine requires AVX2 but AVX is not present. This virtual machine cannot be powered on.
apparently it's a VMWARE issue. after a bit of search, I found this.
https://community.acer.com/en/discussio … -553g-1615
they have exactly the same issue/error, and processor.
also, I did check, and Hyper-V - Virtualization Enabled in Firmware; No. I'm not sure if this matters, though. apparently virtualisation should already be enabled on the AMD side of things, and all this achieved was to get me clueless. any AMD VM users here that could give me a hand, please? I don't exactly have sighted to get in the BIOS to check things, otherwise that's where I would have started. this is a Lanovo, BTW.
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