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kuddus_in
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2215-EIT Failure.

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Dear Sir

 

2223-EIT Failure. VT must be enabled to launch VA.
 Enter F10 Setup and enable Intel Virtualization Technology.

 

  "After Enable (VTx & VTD) Intel Virtualization Technology give below message."
   

2215-EIT Failure. VA boot record read failure.
 Ensure drive with VA image is installed correctly.

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Please Help me someone

 

Dear Sir

 My PC is HP Compaq dc7800p Convertible MiniTower

 

Show error on post screen,

 

2223-EIT Failure. VT must be enabled to launch VA.
 Enter F10 Setup and enable Intel Virtualization Technology.

 

  "After Enable (VTx & VTD) Intel Virtualization Technology give below message."
   

2215-EIT Failure. VA boot record read failure.
 Ensure drive with VA image is installed correctly.

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Hi, I've the same problem after bios upgrade to 1.32 version (DC7800)

 

Can someone help me???????

 

Thanks

Andrea

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Hi AndreCase.:

 


I am sorry, but to get your issue more exposure I would suggest posting it in the commercial forums since this is business product.  You can do this at  click here.

I hope this helps.

Sparkles1

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ariesundefiend
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useless products of HP even not proper support or help from HP

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Dear Friends!

first u need to go to the setup and then in setup need to go to system security then when open system security then enable VTx and VTd save the settings and reboot the system. and enjoy it. i tried it on three dc7800 machines.

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it show va not installed correctly
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