This error is starting to neeeerve!LOL
It didn't help.
Edit: Started/Restarted services, Same error in logs, latest version of win 10, Bios and everything else confirms virutalization.
The one weird thing is if I run the Intel processor identification utility with the hyper-v role ACTIVE, it claims I don't support virtualization. If I turn the role OFF, then the utility claims I DO support virtualization. This seems to be a known issue so may be unrelated
Last edited by stray; 28 Nov 2015 at 12:12.
@Cliff S, something worth to try:
Enter this command in admin command prompt, reboot:
Code:bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype auto
Edit that wasn't the code but I'm in the middle of install anyhow.
I'm in the middle of installing Win10 Pro on my spare SSD now. I let you know after I get Hyper-V set up.
To install I'm first trying the keep files only option, If that doesn't do it, I'll do a total clean install. It's just a pain in the neck though because I'll then need to disconnect my 2nd internal for install, then repoint the libraries after, for my drivers and such. Then I might as well do it on my actual system disk, and be done with it
Now I'm trying something else(I can't help myself).
I'm using Macrium(an image of my 512GB SSD) and re-imaging it to my 256GB SSD. Being it's not full, I'm curious if it uses clone mode instead, then I'll try the above again. That way it goes from pro to pro wiping all software(and hopefully the registry too).
OOPS it just finished, and it worked. MACRIUM ROCKS TOTALLY!!!
Ok now I'll try the above again.
Ok @Kari I'm, on a Virgin Pro now(it activated automatically by the way), the keep only personal files(my libraries) worked.
I just tried doing a VM and this is what I got:
I'm starting to believe that maybe windows is reading my hardware wrong and letting me install Hyper-V, but for some reason not use it.
I don't get it. Starting to suspect something in BIOS / UEFI settings. A weird setting we have overlooked.
At the moment I have nothing for you. I will continue looking for possible reasons and solutions.
I'm thinking that maybe the BIOS allows Virtualization(which mine is set for) but shouldn't be for my CPU being 2 core 2 thread: Intel Processor G3220 (3M Cache, 3.00 GHz) Specifications
Intel® Turbo Boost Technology ‡ No
Intel® vPro Technology ‡
Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology ‡
Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x) ‡ Yes
Intel® Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d) ‡
Intel® VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT) ‡
Intel® TSX-NI No
Intel® 64 ‡
Idle States Yes
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® Technology
Thermal Monitoring Technologies Yes
Intel® Stable Image Platform Program (SIPP) No