The short answer is that Windows Desktop OS only supports a single CPU
socket, optionally with many cores. The default in bhyve is to expose
each virtual CPU as a separate socket. There are a set of sysctls that
let you control this, so you can instead expose the 4 cpus as cores of a
single socket, and it will then work with Windows 8.1/10, but I don't
recall what they are off the top of my head, but they are in the archive
which you can browse here:

https://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-virtualization/

 The post in question is

http://docs.FreeBSD.org/cgi/mid.cgi?b26b6124-7ac6-0408-3016-f5678ad144d0

later,

Peter.

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