Is somebody maintaining a list of things that stop Windows from booting when the Windows Hypervisor is installed ?

Beyond the obvious "CPU does not have virtualization, or the BIOS doesn't have the virtualization instructions turned on". Which afaik tends to keep Windows working, just the Hypervisor cannot start.

Trying to help someone with an older Geforce 7025 & nForce 630a based system: "Please enable the Virtual Machine Platform Windows feature and ensure virtualization is enabled in the BIOS." : bashonubuntuonwindows

But information is scarce how to debug this.