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misterfox20
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Enabling VT in BIOS on Probook 4530s

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I am trying to enable Virtualization Technology in BIOS to allow the windows 8 preview to run in VirtualBpx, but I can't seem to find where the VT setting is located. I have already run the utility that checks for VT, and it said that my system has it but it is not enabled. Could anyone give me in-depth instructions on how to enable Virtualization Technology in the BIOS settings?

 

 

 

 

 

Product: HP Probook 4530s

Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit Service Pack 1

No recent changes (repair install to fix some permissions issues)

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Dear Customer,

 

Welcome and thank you for posting your query on HP Support Forum.

 

 Please restart the unit and press F10 immediately after the unit is powered on and get into BIOS.

Under BIOS go to system configuration and under that go to Device Configuration and under that scroll it down to bottom you will find VT, check the boxes and save the changes and exit from BIOS the VT will be enabled.

 

 

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