@1chevalier -- you will have to search the Internet for "how to enter BIOS SETUP on the xxyyzz model of Chromebook". When you enter BIOS SETUP, there might not be an option to enable the virtualization features of the motherboard/CPU.
Also, finding software that runs under ChromeOS to run as a "virtual machine supervisor" is another obstacle to be overcome.
Maybe, search the Internet for a write-up by somebody who has already done what you want to achieve.
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