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  1. Hoolm's Avatar
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    I Have an ERROR I cant Understand ? i have Picture


    I Have an ERROR I cant Understand

    I can only assume it is the ISO because this ISO has given me alot of problems

    but i want to make sure
    thank u

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    Hoolm said:
    I Have an ERROR I cant Understand

    I can only assume it is the ISO because this ISO has given me alot of problems

    but i want to make sure
    thank u

    I Have an ERROR I cant Understand  ? i have Picture-ashampoo_snap_friday-december-13-2019_22h00m31s_003_.png
    It's saying your CPU does not support virtualization or you have it disabled in your BIOS, and you have this setting checked in your VM setup. An i7-7700 certainly does support virtualization, I have one. Yes, it is possible you have a bad ISO. Try a fresh one. But check your BIOS to see if it's set correctly.

    I Have an ERROR I cant Understand  ? i have Picture-2019-12-13_16h27_08.png

    You can see in Task Manager>performance if virtualization is enabled.

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  3. Hoolm's Avatar
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    I Have an ERROR I cant Understand  ? i have Picture-ashampoo_snap_friday-december-13-2019_22h34m15s_001_.png

    Many thanks for your reply

    here is the Problem
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    Hoolm said:
    I Have an ERROR I cant Understand  ? i have Picture-ashampoo_snap_friday-december-13-2019_22h34m15s_001_.png

    Many thanks for your reply

    here is the Problem
    That can cause all sorts of problems. Time for a fresh ISO.
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  5. Hoolm's Avatar
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    Yes ask me about it
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  6. jimbo45's Avatar
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    Hi folks
    @Hoolm

    apart from corrupt ISO (unlikely if you got iso from some sort of proper windows install) you need to check this :


    For running 64 Bit VM's you also have to ensure the VT virtualisation is enabled in the REAL MACHINE'S BIOS.


    At boot get into the BIOS boot menu (ON THE REAL MACHINE) - usually F2 or Del --use whatever it is for your machine -- and in the settings somewhere --just scroll through all the menus you should see an option to enable VT Virtualisation or the equivalent on AMD machines.

    The VT virtualisation option on the VIRTUAL MACHINE is only required if you are going to have 2nd or more levels of a Virtual machine --i.e if your Virtual machine also installs VMWARE on it and you create another VM running inside your VM !!.

    If your REAL CPU doesn't support this feature (must then be really old) you will have to run the 32 bit version of VMware (you have to go back to release 12 for that) and you will only be able to run 32 Bit VM's. Chances are it's just the setting in your BIOS is not enabled.

    @f14tomcat --I think the hardware indications from WITHIN WINDOWS probably only shows what the BIOS allows so if a feature is disabled in the BIOS at BOOT then from within Windows the hardware will show it as disabled --doesn't mean that the feature can't be enabled.

    Cheers
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    jimbo45 said:
    Hi folks
    @Hoolm

    apart from corrupt ISO (unlikely if you got iso from some sort of proper windows install) you need to check this :


    For running 64 Bit VM's you also have to ensure the VT virtualisation is enabled in the REAL MACHINE'S BIOS.


    At boot get into the BIOS boot menu (ON THE REAL MACHINE) - usually F2 or Del --use whatever it is for your machine -- and in the settings somewhere --just scroll through all the menus you should see an option to enable VT Virtualisation or the equivalent on AMD machines.

    The VT virtualisation option on the VIRTUAL MACHINE is only required if you are going to have 2nd or more levels of a Virtual machine --i.e if your Virtual machine also installs VMWARE on it and you create another VM running inside your VM !!.

    If your REAL CPU doesn't support this feature (must then be really old) you will have to run the 32 bit version of VMware (you have to go back to release 12 for that) and you will only be able to run 32 Bit VM's. Chances are it's just the setting in your BIOS is not enabled.

    @f14tomcat --I think the hardware indications from WITHIN WINDOWS probably only shows what the BIOS allows so if a feature is disabled in the BIOS at BOOT then from within Windows the hardware will show it as disabled --doesn't mean that the feature can't be enabled.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    Correct. That is why I said : "or you have it disabled in your BIOS"
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  8. Hoolm's Avatar
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    jimbo45 said:
    Hi folks
    @Hoolm

    apart from corrupt ISO (unlikely if you got iso from some sort of proper windows install) you need to check this :


    For running 64 Bit VM's you also have to ensure the VT virtualisation is enabled in the REAL MACHINE'S BIOS.


    At boot get into the BIOS boot menu (ON THE REAL MACHINE) - usually F2 or Del --use whatever it is for your machine -- and in the settings somewhere --just scroll through all the menus you should see an option to enable VT Virtualisation or the equivalent on AMD machines.

    The VT virtualisation option on the VIRTUAL MACHINE is only required if you are going to have 2nd or more levels of a Virtual machine --i.e if your Virtual machine also installs VMWARE on it and you create another VM running inside your VM !!.

    If your REAL CPU doesn't support this feature (must then be really old) you will have to run the 32 bit version of VMware (you have to go back to release 12 for that) and you will only be able to run 32 Bit VM's. Chances are it's just the setting in your BIOS is not enabled.

    @f14tomcat --I think the hardware indications from WITHIN WINDOWS probably only shows what the BIOS allows so if a feature is disabled in the BIOS at BOOT then from within Windows the hardware will show it as disabled --doesn't mean that the feature can't be enabled.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    Hi jimbo45

    I never paid attention to this
    ///// VT virtualisation option /////
    i havent seen anything like this in the Bios Real MACHINE
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  9. jimbo45's Avatar
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    Hoolm said:
    Hi jimbo45

    I never paid attention to this
    ///// VT virtualisation option /////
    i havent seen anything like this in the Bios Real MACHINE
    Have you tried to get into your Machine's BIOS menu -- BEFORE booting Windows etc.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  10. Hoolm's Avatar
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    jimbo45 said:
    Have you tried to get into your Machine's BIOS menu -- BEFORE booting Windows etc.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    Yes i am in the BIOS every second restart
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