Enable Hardware Virtualization VT-x/AMD-v for Virtualbox

Enable Hardware Virtualization VT-x/AMD-v for Virtualbox

In this Article I am going to show you how u can Enable Hardware Virtualization VT-x/AMD-v for Virtualbox.
when you open a guest machine and you see virtualbox error “VT-x/AMD-V hardware acceleration has been enabled, but not operational. Certain guest require this feature. Please ensure that you have enabled VT-x/AMD-V properly in the BIOS of your host computer ”
Enable Hardware Virtualization VT-x/AMD-v for Virtualbox
How to fix this??? Continue Reading and you will find its very easy to fix this Error.
Step 1: we need to check your CPU support Hardware Virtulization or not. Open terminal and type:
lscpu | grep –color -i -E ‘(vt-x|amd-v)’
Enable Hardware Virtualization VT-x/AMD-v for Virtualbox
Step 2: How to enable Hardware virtulazitaion In bios. Just Reboot your computer and press F2 keys. Now navigate to advanced tab of bios as shown in the picture. Enable it and reboot your system.
note: BIOS settings may differ according to your BIOS version, Processor, Chipset or Motherboard.
Enable Hardware Virtualization VT-x/AMD-v for Virtualbox
step 3: Now check Hardware Virtualization is enabled or not:
grep –color -i -E “(vmx|smv)” /proc/cpuinfo
Enable Hardware Virtualization VT-x/AMD-v for Virtualbox
Now open virtualbox, go to the setting of host machine navigate to system and select tab acceleration . you will find that Hadrware virtualization is enabled.
Enable Hardware Virtualization VT-x/AMD-v for Virtualbox

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4 Comments

  1. Thanks!
    It worked perfectly!

  2. I know my BIOS does not offer the option but on the internet I have found my CPU and set supports virtualization. Is there a fix at this point or do I need to give it up. I have flashed the BIOS with no progress. I could probably just open a 32 bit in virtualbox and do what I need in that guest machine but if I don’t have to…

  3. thank you
    it was good

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