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Arne96
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Windows doen't start after enabeling Virtualization Technologies in BIOS

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HP ENVY x360 Convertible 15-bq1xx
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I upgraded my System from Home to Education, because that way I should be able to activate Virtualization Technologies in BIOS. But after enabeling it and restart, Windows stops and shows an error message, that the System is not working properly and I have to restart again.

How do I enable Virtualization Technologies so that it works?

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As it seems, disabling the bluetooth driver solved the problem, however! 

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Hi @Arne96 

 

What is the product number of your notebook?  If I have that I can see what the hardware configuration of your notebook is. 

 

The15-bq1xx is a series model designation that covers many configurations of your notebook model. 

 

The ability to use virtualization is dependent on not only the version of Windows 10, but also the installed processor.

 

 

these are all part of your notebook's model series and they are configured differentlythese are all part of your notebook's model series and they are configured differently




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As it seems, disabling the bluetooth driver solved the problem, however! 

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