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How do I enable virtualization?

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I've a HP Pavilion HPE H8-1114 with updated BIOS, (v7.16).

 

The CPU reports VMX capabilities, (as expected), but in Fedora 16 I get "kvm: disabled by bios".

 

I can't find any BIOS option to enable VT. Anyone know how to enable this?

 

Thanks.

 

 

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Hi,

 

See the below image.

 

Carmel2 bios VT setting.jpg

 

 

HP ENVY 6055, HP Deskjet 1112
HP Envy 17", i7-8550u,16GB, 512GB NVMe, 4K screen, Windows 10 x64
Custom PC - Z590, i7-11700K, 32GB, dual 512 GB NVMe, gen4 2 TB m.2 SSD, 4K screen, OC'd to 5 Ghz, NVIDIA 3080 10GB

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Hi:

 

See if the enable VT is in the security menu.

 

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Hi,

 

See the below image.

 

Carmel2 bios VT setting.jpg

 

 

HP ENVY 6055, HP Deskjet 1112
HP Envy 17", i7-8550u,16GB, 512GB NVMe, 4K screen, Windows 10 x64
Custom PC - Z590, i7-11700K, 32GB, dual 512 GB NVMe, gen4 2 TB m.2 SSD, 4K screen, OC'd to 5 Ghz, NVIDIA 3080 10GB

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Thanks, that did the trick... not sure how I missed that, (was mainly looking under "Advanced", not "Security").

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