Windows 10: Hyper-V virtualization - Setup and Use in Windows 10
I think I'll try researching here too(at least learn a bit): Hyper-V (Updated: October 16, 2015)
I checked my ISO's properties(the troubleshooting goes on) some were re-blocked for some reason, so I unblocked them all and tried to recreate the machine from scratch, but... still that darn error
I will not give up until it either works, or I know why it won't! I would rather use Hyper-V than a 3rd party tool...
I'm running Tweaking(dot)com's Windows Repair to see if it is a permission, COM or network problem(and some other repairs just to be sure). After running it twice in safe mode, I'll try to create a VM again. I was thinking maybe, something(s) after upgrading to Pro might not of been set correctly or something.
The above didn't work. In fact, it made it worse, so anybody reading this- DON'T DO IT!!! You'll break it even more.
Cliff S said:
Now I'm attempting a repair install, if that doesn't work, I guess a fresh install(which I wanted to avoid until Red Stone came out) is the last resort.
I don't believe it's because of your processor. The more I think of it the more permissions issue it looks. Are you able to create and run Windows virtual machines?
With Hyper -V nothing. I had no problems with VMPlayer though. I have reset all permissions(with Tweaking(dot)com's Repair tool, but that totally broke Hyper -V, hence the repair install(which fixed it). I have also tried turning it off in Programs & features and back on, still no joy. Could it be settings in Local Security Policy(I've never used it before, so bear with me please)?
Let's check this permissions issue. Launch the vm once again, let the error message stay open on your display and open the admin command prompt.
Type this command, press Enter, come back to tell what message the command gave (success / error):
It should grant the current admin user full rights to that vm.
icacls "VHD-PATH\VM_NAME.vhdx" /grant "NT VIRTUAL MACHINE\VM_SID_FROM_ERROR_MESSAGE":(F)
I got this
OK, no mapping done, permissions should be OK.
Next, please post ALL event IDs for Hyper-V created when you last run the vm. It's easiest done in Event Viewer by creating a custom view, selecting Event level as Error, selecting By log, then expanding Applications and Services logs > Microsoft > Windows and selecting all Hyper-V list items:
In this example case the blue highlight shows the errors of the last run, timestamp revealing that the red highlighted error is from an earlier run. In this case you would post the four event IDs highlighted in blue:
I've been using Windows 7 Home Edition 64bit since it's release &, by in large, I'm pretty pleased with it. During a motherboard change & RAM upgrade to 32G, I upgraded to Windows 7 Pro (to enable all RAM to be used) which I choose in preference to...
Used this tool,
Download Microsoft® Hardware-Assisted Virtualization Detection Tool from Official Microsoft Download Center
No go VMware said the same thing boo-hoo anyone have instruction to enable in bios ?
Spec's are added,
I'm getting there, I've downloaded the .ISO file, I've made 2 images of my C:\ drive (using 2 different backup programs) and I've created a 100 GB partition on my second hard drive labeled Windows 10.
Now I'm going to create the install...
I tried to install the preview as a virtual machine and everything went fine until after a reboot following the download and installation of the updates. Both 8.1 & 10 locked up with a strange crackling noise through the speakers every few seconds....