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HP dv6 virtualization is permanently desiabled ......please help

pavilion DV6 7004tx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I was using virtual machine 2month ago. but now when i tried to run VMware it said taht your virtualization is disabled.

 

but in BIOS virtualization is enabled. then i update the bios but same problem.

 

here BIOS did some problem that whenever i save and exit the configration in bios the system suddenly shutdown and after 3 to 4 seconds it restart .

 

i dont khow why bios doing this shutdown. VM-ware showing same error that virtualization is disabled.

 

Can anyone resolve my problem ????

 

 

HP pavilion DV6-7004tx entertainment book.

BIOS version: F.2E

in CMD  the WMIC command is showing the BIOS version = {"HPQOEM-1"  "insydeH20 version 03.71.51F.2E" }

Intel Core I7-3632QM

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Hi! @mak-man, Thanks for stopping by the HP Support Forums!

 

I understand that virtualization is disabled on your laptop. 

 

Please try few steps recommended below.

 

Ensure that hardware virtualization support is turned on in the BIOS settings.
Save the BIOS settings and boot up the machine normally 
 
Click the search icon (magnified glass) on the taskbar
 
Type turn windows features on or off and select that item 
 
Select and enable Hyper-V
If Hyper-V was not previously enabled, reboot the machine to apply the change. 
 
NOTE: As a best practice, configure networking for the Hyper-V environment to support external network connections. Also, ensure that a virtual switch has been created and is functional. 
 
Click the search icon (magnified glass) on the taskbar, type Hyper-V Manager and select the item
 
NOTE: Right click Hyper-V Manager to pin it to the taskbar
 
Open the Virtual Switch Manager, found on the Actions panel in the Hyper-V Manager, by typing Hyper-V at the Start Screen
 Select Virtual Switch Manager in the Actions pane
 
Ensure that External is highlighted, and then click on the Create Virtual Switch button
 
If more than one NIC in is present, ensure that the proper NIC is selected for use on the VM external network connections.

 

 

 

 

Let me know if this works!

Cheers! 🙂

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