How to Enable Hardware Virtualization
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1. Turn on or restart your computer. While booting up, press the BIOS Setup key. The key may vary depending on the motherboard of your system, usually DEL key.
2. In BIOS, look for Virtualization setting. Usually, it is in “Advanced”, or in “Chipset” , or in “Miscellaneous” settings, but maybe in different place depending on the motherboard.
The term “virtualization” may also be different in different motherboards. Other terms used are
- Intel Virtual Technology
- SVM (for AMD processors)
3. Enable the virtualization option with the appropriate key then save the changes, and finally restart your PC.