When I try to run XP mode it tells me I need to enable VT in my Bios. I went and enabled it and it is still telling me to enable it. What do I do to get this working? I either need XP mode working or a way to install IE 7 because my job requires it. Any suggestions?
It says my cpu supports it. VT Technology is "Enabled." I power cycled my computer by unplugging it and letting it sit a few minutes. I turn my PC back on and come in the BIOS to make sure it still says "Enabled." I start up Windows 7, go to XP mode and it still says it isn't enabled. I downloaded something from the microsoft website to check if it is enabled and it said it wasn't. How can't it be enabled if the BIOS says it is?
I can't get XP mode to work on my laptop that has T5500 cpu (supported according to the most websites). Does the motherboard have to support it too? There's no option in the BIOS for VT.
The tool on the MS VirtualPC website says my machine does not have Hardware-assisted virtualization.
I had to "Load Defaults" in my bios and then leave speedstep and thermal management turned off for the XP Mode stuff to see the hardware VT support on my Q6600. I powered off at the mains after each settings change.
Don't you need to pay for vmware? Everything I found on it, you have to pay.
I tried a windows based updater a month ago and my motherboard stopped working. I had to buy a new one so I am always scared of updating my BIOS. This is getting annoying though. VT technology is enabled every time I look at it but Virtual PC still says I need to enable it. Is it cause I am using windows 7 64 bit? anything I have to do in windows to get it to work?
Would updating my BIOS work? I mean it does have the option in the BIOS but nothing is working. :/