04-18-2018 03:11 AM
Hi, when I need to change the bios setup, what is the password to go in the menus to allow the Virtualization Technology?
The OS is Windows 10 pro,
There is in the windows a way to do it? Or only possible via the setup of the bios?
info by email it is possible?
04-18-2018 05:10 PM
@rc26, welcome to the forum.
The only way to enable Virtualization is in the BIOS, that is, if HP has made it available. When the computer begins to boot, immediately, begin tapping the "Esc" key once per second. This will bring up the Startup Menu. I believe that you will press "F10" to enter the BIOS setup utility. Then, you can search through the options to see if it is available. If so, select "Enable" and press F10 to exit and save the changes.
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04-19-2018 12:21 PM
Hi, thank you for the quick reply, bur when I try to entry in the bios configuration and then chose the F10 it ask me a password, and it is that password that I ask if someone have idea what it is.
Thank you in advance.