It is important to configure BIOS settings on your Windows 10 HP laptop in order to run Access Commander in a virtual environment. Configuring BIOS allows virtualization and thus provides the ability to run multiple, isolated OS on a single hardware. This improves the level of resource utilization. The process of accessing a computer’s BIOS depends on the manufacturer and sometimes the same manufacturer implements different BIOS versions on the basis of your accessing computer. Therefore, in case you are wondering how to enable virtualization in Bios HP laptop, you need to enter PC BIOS. Here, in this article, we have mentioned quick steps to enable virtualization technology (VT) on Windows 10 systems.
How to Check if Your HP Laptop Has Enabled Virtualization?
Follow the below-mentioned steps to check whether the Virtualization is enabled or disabled on your Windows 10 system:
- Open Command prompt and enter the following command: systeminfo.exe. This will display all the information about the system.
- Now, look for the information of Hyper-V Requirements.
- Here, you will get the status of Virtualization is Enabled or Disabled next to the “Virtualization Enabled in Firmware” field.
If the status of Virtualization is enabled, it means your system supports virtualization. If it is disabled, then your Windows 10 laptop will not support VT. In such cases, you need to enable Virtualization in BIOS setup.
What Disabled the VT-X in Bios for HP Laptop?
There are several reasons due to which an error message indicating, “Verr_Vmx_Msr_All_Vmx_Disabled” appears on your device’s screen. This message indicates that Virtualization is disabled on your system. Some common causes for this particular error message are:
- Your CPU doesn’t support VT-X: Sometimes, your CPU does not support virtualization technology and this causes problems while enabling the Virtualization on the system.
- Shortage of space in allocated RAM: There might be insufficient space in the RAM. In such cases, changing the default Base Memory value can help you to resolve the issue entirely.
How do I Enable Virtualization on Windows 10 Laptop?
Go through the following steps carefully to enable virtualization in BIOS HP laptop:
Method 1: Access Your PC
Firstly, you should try to access your PC by executing the following steps one by one:
- First of all, click “Start” button and then choose the “Settings” option from the navigation pane.
- Now, select “Update and Security” and click “Recovery” from the top-left corner.
- Then, click “Restart Now” from the “Advanced start-up” option.
- Choose “Troubleshoot” when your PC is restarted.
- Select “Advanced” options and then UEFI Firmware Settings.
- At last, restart your system and enter UEFI (BIOS).
Method 2: Enter PC BIOS
The following steps will help you to enter the system BIOS:
- If your HP laptop is restarting several times, press the Esc key on keyboard to enter BIOS.
- Now, press the F10 key on your keyboard to enter the BIOS Setup screen and go through the instructions that appear on the screen.
- Navigate to the System Configuration tab, select Virtualization Technology and then press the Enter key.
- Now, choose the Enabled option and then press the Enter key.
- Again, press the F10 key and choose the ‘Yes’ button to confirm. Then press the Enter key to save the changes.
Once you are done with the above steps, reboot the system and check if Virtualization is enabled.
The above steps will definitely help you to enable Virtualization technology in BIOS Windows 10 HP Laptop. However, if you face any issues or complications during the process of enabling VT in BIOS HP laptop, then directly contact our support team. Our technical experts are available 24 hours and help you in solving various issues with HP PC.