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Hi

I have Hp n240tx 

Im  enable virtualization technology after install Hyper _V after reboot my laptop

windows 8.1 enterprise  not start 

then im Disable virtualization on bios ... windows start

& install all drivers

BIos 65823

RT 3290 Bluetooth ver 10.20

Intel Bluetooth 4.0 Drive

Mediatek Bluetooth Software Drive

& ...

I think intel chipset  is not update

PLz help me

 

 

 

 

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Hi Aliresa,

 

Thank you for visiting the HP Support Forums and Welcome. I have read your thread on your HP Pavilion 15-n240tx Notebook and installing Virtualization with Windows 8.1. Here is a link to installing the drivers for the Chipset.

Here is a link to using the program compatibility troubleshooter.

 

Hope this is what you need.

 

Thanks.

 

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Greetings and thanks


I've installed all drivers
I even installed RaLink Bluetooth 9.2.10.24     sp62764
But after enabling Virtual Technology
Windows 8.1 will not boot
I need to Enabling Hyper-V

 

I've also enabled Virtual Technology  in Bios and then I installed Windows 8.1
The problem was solved
But after an automatic update bios or chipset drivers (on the Internet)
The drive appeared   RaLink RT3290 Bluetooth.01
Windows does not boot after reset

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Hi Aliresa,

 

Do you know what OS you are using? Look if the system is 32 or 64 bit.
Which Windows Operating System am I running? Try performing a hard reset. When performing a hard reset please note remove any and all USB devices, and remove memory cards from the card reader slot. Disconnect all non-essential devices. If that does not help try to turn on the computer you start to press F11 repeatedly till the menu opens. You can do a system restore.

 

Hope this is helpful.

 

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Greetings and Regards


My system os is 64 

I've installed version F.51 BIOS ... problem solved
Soon as possible
performing a hard reset
I will also do
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Hi

 

1. enable BIOS virtualization

2. install hyper-v but before to restart...

 

3. You should try to disable wifi and bluetooth through wireless button and then restart windows.

 

it could help. It worked for me.

 

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I had a similar problem, and was it in boot priority standing USB 3.0.. I replace it to hard drive and system successfully boot.
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