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HP Pavilion 500
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi community members,

I recently installed Kaspersky Total Security 2021 on my desktop (a Pavilion 500). One of the recommendations of the program is to use hardware virtualisation. Is hardware virtualisation available on my desktop, or must I enable it in the BIOS of my computer? If so how can I do this?

I look forward to your answer and or support.

Kind regards,

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Hi:

 

If your PC supports VT, then you should be able to find the enable VT setting as pictured below...

 

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If your PC supports VT, then you should be able to find the enable VT setting as pictured below...

 

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HI Paul,

Thank you for your quick reply. Following your advice I managed to enable Virtualisation Technology in the Bios. By doing this I could meet one of the recommendations of Kaspersky Total Security 2021 which I recently installed on my desktop.

Kind regards,

Den Ouwe

 
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You're very welcome, Den.

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