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Sometimes your computer may generate an error code indicating that the BIOS has activated Dell virtualization Technology. There can be several reasons for this problem. Restart each of our servers.During BIOS POST, when our “DELL” custom screen appears, press F2 to enter system setup.Go to Processor Settings > Virtualization Technology and change Virtualization Technology to On frequently.
This policy explains how to enable VT on Dell desktops and laptops through the BIOS.
Step 1: Restart your computer. While the touch screen is pressed, press the power button that appears several times on the screen. If you also don’t see the command prompt on your desktop, try pressing the F2 key or the Del key several times to enter the BIOS. on a laptop, try pressing the “Fn+F2” key or the “Delete” key to enter the BIOS.
Note. If none of this works, you can also try pressing “Esc”, “F8”, “F9”, “F10”, “F11” or “F12”. On a laptop, just try pressing Fn+Esc, Fn+F8, Fn+F9, Fn+F10, Fn+F11 to Fn+F12.
Step 2: “Advanced” “Virtualization”, switch from “Disabled” to “Enabled” and finally press “F10” to exit and save.
IfThere is a “Support for Virtualization Extensions” available, consider the “Virtualization” option, then switch from “Disabled” to “Enabled” and finally press “F10” to save and exit.
Note. If your computer’s current processor is an AMD processor, select “Advanced”/Virtual “Security” > “Protected Machine”/”SVM Mode” after entering the BIOS and switch from “Disabled” to “Enabled”. “, then press “F10” to save with exit.
To use Hyper-V from Microsoft or VMware, you may need to enable it.virtual technologies. To do this on a Dell R510 R710, follow these steps.these steps:
1. When the computer starts, press the F2 key to accessBIOS.
3. If VT is disabled, check virtualization.Technologies and then spacebar to equip them.