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    Microsoft hyper-v nt kernel integration vsp

    Seems to be a missing driver for the XIII Hero or perhaps something disabled in the BIOS?

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    Last edited by Zeroed85; 04-19-2021 at 09:32 AM.

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    A lot of motherboards have virtualization disabled in the BIOS by default. If you need to run a virtual machine and you haven't changed anything in the BIOS then you probably need to find that setting and toggle it. It can be in different locations so I'm not sure where to find it. In the MSI bios I think it's under advanced features on the overclocking screen which is not intuitive at all. Not sure about ASUS.
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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Zeroed85 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeromist View Post
    A lot of motherboards have virtualization disabled in the BIOS by default. If you need to run a virtual machine and you haven't changed anything in the BIOS then you probably need to find that setting and toggle it. It can be in different locations so I'm not sure where to find it. In the MSI bios I think it's under advanced features on the overclocking screen which is not intuitive at all. Not sure about ASUS.
    I must have mistakenly taken that screenshot with Hyper-V in the BIOS disabled because there's definitely no more exclamation mark since I enabled Hyper-V again.

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