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Windows will not boot when Virtual Technology enabled

I have a problem with a brand new Envy x360 bq113TU.

 

I suspect a compatibility problem between the HP 3D DriveGuard accelerometer driver, the VT setting and Hyper-V, since if I uninstall it, I can boot once with VT enabled, but then it reinstalls the driver and won't boot again.

 

I have even tried the trick of doing a complete fresh Windows install with the VT pre-enabled. It was fine until I enabled Hyper-V.

 

Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a way to disable the driver, which is annoying, because it serves no purpose when you have an SSD (which I have).

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