05-16-2008 04:53 AM
10-17-2008 11:09 AM
Has anyone had any luck on enabling intel virtualization on v200 yet? I tried the solution (thread : http://forums.lenovo.com/lnv/board/message?board.id=N_Series_Lenovo_3000&message.id=2249&query.id=37...) about v100 but didnt work.
10-17-2008 04:27 PM - edited 10-19-2008 11:28 AM
I found the register to enable virtualization on 3000 v200 notebook with core 2 duo T7500 processor.
(0216)  should change to (0216) 
Hope this might help
The procedure to make the necessary change is on the following thread:
05-04-2009 02:12 PM
My method was simple trial/error. I turned on/off each 25 registers and then checked it using vt.iso .
I've read somewhere, that you have to do everything in pure DOS. You can use FreeDOS bootable floppies (I used "OEM Bootdisk" from fdos.org/bootdisks ). I.e., you have to generate, edit and use your file with CMOS settings (registers) in pure DOS. It must not be touched in Windows. I don't know if it is the case.
Are you sure that your settings are properly stored in CMOS?
05-05-2009 05:42 AM
i tried the same method, change 25 register at a time from 0000 to 0001 and tried with vt.iso. it took about 4 hours.but no luck. can you please send me your cmos registers with a text file. i want to try it and compare with my cmos dump file.
05-05-2009 03:29 PM
One thing I rememberd is that you must not simply reset computer after each action, you must turn it off and on. I used Pedit for editing files in FreeDOS.
Here is the file with default CMOS settings (it was generated after flashing bios and resetting to default settings):
This is the file with which I updated my registers:
And this is the modified file, generated after updating:
05-06-2009 04:38 AM
One thing I rememberd is that you must not simply reset computer after each action, you must turn it off and on.
You are great mixcherry, this is the point. I turned off and on. it works now.
Thank you very much.