Windows 10: Build 14316. Hyper-v Hypervisor greyed out
Build 14316. Hyper-v Hypervisor greyed out
Build 14316. Hyper-v Hypervisor greyed out.
I have Intel VT enabled in the UEFI BIOS.
EDIT: Processor i5 4460 which has vt-x capabilities. However Intel Processor id utility says it doesn't.
Hypervisor worked with previous builds
EDIT: When I disabled VT-x in the BIOS intel id utility shows processor is VT-x capabile. When I enable it ID utility says not VT-x capabile?!?!
Last edited by fjk61011; 20 Apr 2016 at 12:33.
Here's a link to the Hyper-V Tutorial: Hyper-V virtualization - Setup and Use in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
You might want to post your questions there because that's where the Hyper-V gurus hang out.
silly question but are you using Windows 10 PRO - Windows 10 HOME won't work with HYPER V. I assume your build should be using PRO or above.
Yep, Jimbo, he's using Pro. I just clicked on his specs.
BTW, Francis, you might want to update your specs.
Yup, Win 10 Pro 64-bit build 14316
My specs are grand, 20 x 20 vision. Oh...
This has me stumped:
When I disabled VT-x in the BIOS intel id utility shows processor is VT-x capabile. When I enable it, ID utility says not VT-x capabile?!?!
I haven't updated the BIOS and Hyper V worked in previous builds.
Try Powershell: Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature -FeatureName Microsoft-Hyper-V-All -Online
Whoop, whoop. It worked. Thank you.
So I went ahead and installed BASH to see if it will be of any use to me as as Linux and Raspberry Pi enthusiast.
It's very easy.
First, make sure that "Developer Mode" is enabled under Settings>>>Update & Security>>>For Developers
Installed preview build 14316 a few days ago. I ran into what seemed like oddities with Edge. I just wonder if anyone else might have some similar observations on theirs.
I had some 4 or so open tabs in Edge. and has some other desktop apps...
As you can see, the Win32 app icons are completely fine, but all of the UWP app icons are corrupted. They almost appear as if they're running in some sort of safe mode.
I never had problems before with this computer and testing different preview builds, but this new one has really given me some sleep issues. The computer does not automatically go to sleep so I have to manually make it go to sleep. That...
I am using Windows 10 Insider Preview 11082 (upgraded from Windows 1151 fully updated.
I had installed the Hyper-V feature in the latest Windows 1151 but had not used it before I received and installer the Insider Preview edition.