03-10-2017 03:34 AM - edited 03-10-2017 03:57 AM
I'm struggling to enable VT-x on Lenovo X1 Yoga despite having executed a lot of troubleshooting steps.
When I go to BIOS I see two options:
- Intel (R) Virtualization Techonology
- Intel (R) VT-d Feature
The weird thing is that when I set Enabled on the first one, the Intel Processor Identification Utility and haxm_check.exe tells me I don't have VT support!
If I disable "Intel (R) Virtualization Techonology" in the BIOS then the tools tell me I have VT support.
Problem is, despite the tools saying it is available (but only when it is Disabled in the BIOS), the intelhaxm-android.exe setup fails with the message:
"This computer meets the requirements for HAXM, but Intel Virtualization Techonology (VTx) is not turned on."
The "Hyper-V Platform" on Turn Windows features 'on or off gets greyed out too, which may indicate the VT is not enabled.
I have Hyper-V disabled; Performed multiple cool shutdowns; Updated BIOS; Nothing worked.
Any help would be appreciated.
The only way to make Windows 10 recognize VT is to disable it on BIOS!!!
Having it disabled on BIOS Intel tools say it is supported (otherwise it shows no support)
However, it is seen as disabled
And HAXM does not install
The BIOS version is up to date
Hyper-V is disabled
Solved! Go to Solution.
03-10-2017 07:29 AM - edited 03-10-2017 07:30 AM
Solution - Disable Device Guard and Credential Guard hardware like mentioned last here:
Enable VT in BIOS and then use this PowerShell to disable Device Guard and Credential Guard hardware