On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 11:07 PM, D. Hugh Redelmeier via talk <
> | From: Clifford Ilkay via talk <email@example.com>
> | The BIOS
> | must support VT-x, too. The "workstation" type of notebooks should
> | it. Cheaper notebooks might have a CPU that supports VT-x but the BIOS
> | might not. Hyper-V will not work without VT-x enabled.
> I haven't seen a BIOS that stupid. I've seen them stupidly default
> VT-X off. Perhaps there were in a few the early days when only some
> Intel chips supported VT-x. I don't remember that being the case for
> any Core i processors.
"Unfortunately, some laptop manufacturers and motherboard manufacturers
don’t include an option in their BIOS or UEFI settings for enabling Intel
VT-x. If you don’t see the option, try performing a web search for the
model number of your laptop—or your motherboard, if it’s a desktop PC—and
“enable Intel VT-x”.
In some cases, manufacturers may later release a BIOS or UEFI firmware
update that includes this option. Updating your BIOS or UEFI firmware might
help—if you’re lucky."
I think I recall someone mentioning it on this list some years ago.
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