23 - d030 looking for hardware virtualization assisted in the bios configurations envy
Office all-in - One HP Envy TouchSmart 23-d030
WIN8 Pro 64 bit (improved win8)
BIOS: LA3_810.ROM 8.10
I need to enable "hardware assisted virtualization" in the bios, but there is no parameters (that I can find) to do. Yes, I went through the security settings in the bios. I ran MS CoreInfo.exe and the computer is good for the VHA and LATTE. DEP is good as well (checked via Control Panel............ System properties). Hyper-V is enabled in the operating system. Is there some 'hidden' attributes that I don't see in the bios?
FYI the point of this is that I'm trying to get phone win8 emulator to run.
Thanks for any input.
Thanks for the reply and the problem lies, I only have the setting for Vtx/Vtd, who is disabled because it must be determined in accordance with the documentation of MS (in my case). I don't have the DEP setting. Now just for S & G I activated the setting and guess what... the phone emulator worked! Maybe in the bios I have they rolled up a number of things in a setting, I can only guess. But it does not work so I'll close this. Thanks for the help.
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I'm trying to get Android studio works on my 360. Everything is fine until you try to run virtual device/emulator.
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I now activated but still not detected by the software. Can anyone help with this?
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FB 5 was recently released... recently enough that there is no book for her. I'm not sure that the 4.1 (above) book sales will be justified it being ever a book on 5.
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Last week I got an equipped HP XW 6600 renovated workstation of two-processor Xeon E5450 Quad Cores. I played with Windows 2008 R2 Server Evaluation edition and was able to run the Hyper-V platform and run on a Windows 8 Pro evaluation version and a version of Fedora Linux.
Just this morning I put on day of Windows 7 Pro x 64 for Windows 8 Pro x 64, with hardware virtualization enabled in BIOS.
The Hyper-V platform worked well in Windows 2008 R2 Server, but on my new install of Windows 8 Pro (not the trial version but a good licensed one)
The Hyper-V platform feature is grey.
If you move you mouse a message appears:
Cannot install Hyper-V: the processor does not have BATTEN (second-level address translation capabilities. My HP got two Xeon E5450 Quad Core processors.
What is happening here.
The solution... I found it myself:
Initially the message on the internet is that a Hyper V client on a Windows 8 machine requires a processor that has capabilities SLAT (Second level Address Translation). In my case, I have a HP XW6600 with two Xeon Quad Cores - E5450 workstation and how wonderful they are... no SLAT.
The best way I've found that works is the link above.
What you have to do is go to the command line by typing in the search (Windows key + W) charm and the search for CMD.exe and then run as administrator.
Then go to the command-line - C command prompt and type in there, Dism / online Feature /featurename:microsoft - Hyper-V-all, then press on [Enter]
Your system will reboot, reboot, and check all of the features of Windows and you will see the check mark and is more gray.
I need to turn on hardware virtualization on a HP Envy 15 t-j100 select portable edition.
It is to run Oracle's VirtualBox.
Restart the system Push F10 for Bios
Go to system-> device configurations
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I brought my laptop Hong Kong model number: 7F014
I'm looking for updates for my drivers and including any update of the BIOS... but there isn't any driver available for download or in HK from Toshiba site or its dealer Knight-itech...
can someone help me?
[Edited by: admin on 21 January 06 11:12]
You can try the drivers from the web site of Toshiba UK:
You can also get updates of BIOS, but make sure they are compatible with your model.
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Sorry but I do not share your view on Power saver utility. Do you really believe that Toshiba create tool like that for nothing? Just FYI: public service power saver is not available with Vista operating system and on this forum, you will find topics where people really miss this fun and useful utility.
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I see some of you use itunes or other players and I would like to know what your Setup is for playback.
What I really want to do is be able to play in my car through my stereo.
I have an FM transmitter that I used it with other devices, that works well, but it has a 3.5 mm jack socket.
I think if I had to have an adapter for 2.5 - 3.5 it works, but will probably not not in stereo.
I was wondering who got experience with this, and what you are is the Setup?
What exactly you are looking for in what is optimization? You want to connect the phone to a FM transmitter and read on your car stereo. Your biggest weakness is the FM transmitter - what is generally where people find sound degradation, but it seems to be your only option.
The only thing to do is a cable that works. But yes, many people use their phone as music players. BT is easier because he has no son, but he still has to pass a clean signal.
If you want all your music in your car, then it is worth. For my car that does not have BT, I have hundreds of songs (MP3) engraved on the drive - my radio MP3 like that media and it is easier for my daughter to deal with. But if you have thousands of songs, and you want that they all there all the time, your FM transmitter is the only way.
The best solution - IMO - is a radio with a USB port and the ability to plug in your phone and saw it as a drive - all your music is available, AND it is accessible just behind the phone.
I enabled hardware virtualization in the Security tab in the BIOS of my new W530 that running Win 7 Pro 64 bit. This has slowed the machine so badly that windows is now open to a series of slow shakes.
I would like to turn on hardware virtualization so I can run 64-bit OS in Virtual Box. Is there a solution to this performance problem? Thank you.
I fixed the problem (or went) and I don't know how or why. I hate it when this happens. At least everything works now with VirtualBox. Thank you all.
HP Media Center M7360N with XP Home 32 bit OS. In the advanced configuration bios F11 the EM64T option is grayed out and is enabled. The "SecurAble" of GRC.com app shows "Hardware D.E.P." YES that is good, but it shows 'Hardware virtualization' as ' locked on '. I'm under any of the virtual drives to my knowledge and have never mounted a virtual drive. It's related BIOS, but he has a record of virtual root hidden in the root of the C partition.
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