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how do I enable Bios Virtualization on an HP Probook 450 G1 laptop?

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I have an HP 450 G1 laptop and want to install VirtualBox 64 bit for Linux. It requires that the Bios Virtualization setting be enabled.

 

How do I enable this on the HP 450 G1?

 

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Please restart the Notebook and keep tapping F10 key during the startup to access the BIOS. Once you get to the BIOS please select System Configuration and then go to Device Configuration. Now here you need to look for either BIOS Virtualisation or VT-X and enable the same.

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Please restart the Notebook and keep tapping F10 key during the startup to access the BIOS. Once you get to the BIOS please select System Configuration and then go to Device Configuration. Now here you need to look for either BIOS Virtualisation or VT-X and enable the same.

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That worked! Thank you.

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here sir in my device configuration vt-x setting checkbox is blur.
I cant enable it what can I do?
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I have probook 450 G0, core i7 3632M
Same problem, the option exists
But is blurred
And Cannot be Changed
Please help if somebody can

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Hi, 

I did that, but when I see "Virtualization" I can't enable it, it appear in gray letter and I couldn't enable it.

thank you for all your help.

 

Atte. 

CamiloAndresGTR

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I was having an issue with my android emulator on visual studio.I could not install HAXM because my intel virtualisation was disabled in the bios.With your easy steps, its all resolved and i can  freely code now.Thanks budddie

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