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Cannot install Intel HAXM - Intel virtualization technology needed

Q: Cannot install Intel HAXM - Intel virtualization technology needed

Hi , I have a Toshiba satellite A 8 and I'm trying to run a programme that requires Intel HAXM install but I cannot install this. I need to run a virtual part of my program. I have tried to research this the best I can find is that I can turn vertualizeation on in bioes but I don't have that option. Please help .

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I'd like to include Dell's list of affected systems here: http://spywarehammer.com/current-news/intel-vulnerability/msg155913/#msg155913My search at Dell produced no results. Does a list exist?

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I recently started using Oracle VM VirtualBox to run other operating systems within Windows 7 (for running old games). For this, I have virtualization enabled in my bios (instructed to do so in the VirtualBox manual).

I also use digital multitrack recording software and hardware to create music, which I like to devote as much system resources as possible to when running (disable Internet connection, turn off firewall and anti-virus, close real-time defragmenter, etc.). Multitrack recording really pushes hard drive access, and the sound processors place heavy demand on the CPU.

My question is: Does the virtualization technology take up any resources, or slow my system down any? Would there be any benefit in disabling virtualization in the bios when I'm recording?

Thanks!
~Syn~
 

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I get hp xw8600 I have a big error whene i run vmware 12 this error I enable Both (Intel Virtualization Technology & Intel IO Virtualization ) from my bios system& my System Information------------------ Operating System: Windows 10 Enterprise 64-bit System Model: HP xw8600 Workstation  BIOS: Default System BIOS Processor: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU          X5450  @ 3.00GHz (8 CPUs), ~3.0GHz      (2CPU) Memory: 16384MB RAM Available OS Memory: 16384MB RAM----------------------Please help my i got this workstation to study on it.

A:Intel Virtualization Technology (please help)

@HUMANBIRD Your CPU. Intel® Turbo Boost Technology ?NoIntel® Hyper-Threading Technology ?NoIntel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x) ?YesIntel® VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT) ?No http://ark.intel.com/products/34446/Intel-Xeon-Processor-X5450-12M-Cache-3_00-GHz-1333-MHz-FSB It does not support (EPT) I am not sure but that could be your problem??? REO

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Hi Guys, Does anyone know how to enable Intel VT-X on HP Pavilion HP Pavilion ab032tx? I can't see the setting in the BIOS on computer, actualy there is very little in the bios. Also, I am unable to find out the option to enable Intel Virtualization. Any help would be great Regards,Sahibdeep

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How do I  Enable Intel Virtualization Technology (vt-x) on HP prodesk 400 g2 mini/ Kim

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I am trying to enable Hardware Virtualization Technology Intel VT-x in bios for HP Pavilion g4-1137ca NotebookRunning Windows 10  build 15025 Need it to run VMware 64 bit guest Bios does not allow to enable or to see seting. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Martin

A:Hardware Virtualization Technology Intel VT-x

@martinbrown Sorry but your CPU does not support it. Intel® Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d) ? No  Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x) ? No  https://ark.intel.com/products/55626/Intel-Pentium-Processor-B940-2M-Cache-2_00-GHz REO  

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I want to Enable Intel Virtualization Technology (vt-x) on my HP Pavilion dv6-7043cl Notebook. But I'm unable to find the option in my BIOS. It only shows option for enabling/disabling Virtulization Technology but not VT-X. My processor is capable for Virtualization Technology (also checked with Intel processor identification utility) but I'm unable to find the option to enable vt-x on my Notebook. I also update the BIOS version to F.2E. Can you please help?    Reply1  

A:How to Enable Intel Virtualization Technology (vt-x) on HP P...

@Asad_Mehdi Boot into your BIOS. You should be able to Enable it there. REO

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I want to Enable Intel Virtualization Technology (vt-x) on my HP Pavilion 23-b026in All-in-One Desktop PC. But I'm unable to find the option in my BIOS. My processor is capable for Virtualization Technology but I'm unable to find the option to enable it on my PC. Can you please help.











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A:How to Enable Intel Virtualization Technology (vt-x) on HP P...

Hi, Rapidly tapping the ESC key after power on should get you to Startup Menu and from there you can select Computer Setup (bios). If you can't get to the Startup memu using the ESC key then you will need to take a longer route to get into the UEFI settings.  Review this procedure. The below image is reflective for the Leeds motherboard in your PC. There is not a lot of differences between the below image and that which Paul had posted.  You will need to change the Disable to Enable and then save the settings. The other changes will require Windows 8 Pro or higher and also to enable the function under Turn Windows Features On or Off.  

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Hi,I have a problem installing X64 OS on VMWARE Player on my Lenovo AIO 300 Ideacentre , i was not able to find VT-X in BIOS to enable it , please advise how to enable VT-X and to be able to use virtualization and as i mentioned i'am not able to find it in BIOS. Appreciate your kind support.

A:Enabling Intel VT (Virtualization Technology)in AI...

I usually can be found either under the Security > Virutualization section, or under Advanced > CPU Setup sections depending on the BIOS.     Hope that helps. 

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I want to enable Intel Virtualization Technology on my HP computer. 
Before offering me help (please)  I have to say I am not very computer literate especially with computer termonogly . Please try to explain how to do this in the simplest terms possible. Sorry for any inconvience but I would really appreciate the help .  Thank You All So Much

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what about hp probook 6560b i3     intell hd3000    help please 

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Big_Dave wrote:Hi, Let's know if you are successful using VM.hi there i have a Hp an are facing the same problems but with another Hp laptop. this laptop is HP G61 110SA. can you help find the viurtualization for me.many thanks

A:Re: How to Enable Intel Virtualization Technology (vt-x) on ...

Hi Shahed. Intel virtualization technology can be found in the BIOS settings of your pc. Just hit f10 when you boot your pc and it should be in there somewhere. -Hpestell

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I have an HP 650 G1 laptop and want to install VirtualBox 64 bit for Linux. It requires that the Bios Virtualization setting be enabled. How do I enable this on the HP 650 G1? Thank you.

A:Enabling Intel Virtualization technology(vt-x)

Hi, Shutdown the notebook.  Tap away at the esc key as soon as you start the notebook to enter the Start-up Menu, then select f10 to enter the Bios Menu.  The option to enable Virtuaalization can be found under the Advanced tab.......Device Settings....Device Configuration. Regards, DP-K

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T570 (Type 20H9,20HA)VT-x and VT-d was enabled in BIOS, but in Windows10, system still says  Intel Virtualization Technology not enabled. And VirtualBox only can create VM with 32bit. I have tried BIOS Ver 1.19 and Ver 1.21. 

A:T570 cannot enable Intel Virtualization Technology

Hello and welcome,
 
Have you previously enabled Microsoft Hyper-V?  That will mask the Vt-x setting from other virtualization software.
 
Z.

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I'm struggling to enable VT-x on Lenovo X1 Yoga despite having executed a lot of troubleshooting steps.When I go to BIOS I see two options:- Intel (R) Virtualization Techonology- Intel (R) VT-d FeatureThe weird thing is that when I set Enabled on the first one, the Intel Processor Identification Utility and haxm_check.exe tells me I don't have VT support!If I disable "Intel (R) Virtualization Techonology" in the BIOS then the tools tell me I have VT support. Problem is, despite the tools saying it is available (but only when it is Disabled in the BIOS), the intelhaxm-android.exe setup fails with the message:"This computer meets the requirements for HAXM, but Intel Virtualization Techonology (VTx) is not turned on."The "Hyper-V Platform"  on Turn Windows features 'on or off gets greyed out too, which may indicate the VT is not enabled. I have Hyper-V disabled; Performed multiple cool shutdowns; Updated BIOS; Nothing worked.Any help would be appreciated.Thank you.  The only way to make Windows 10 recognize VT is to disable it on BIOS!!!Having it disabled on BIOS Intel tools say it is supported (otherwise it shows no support)However, it is seen as disabledAnd HAXM does not install The BIOS version is up to dateHyper-V is disabled 

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Hi All,

I have a Satellite Pro P100 P/N PSPA4E-00X00HEN on which I have just installed Windows 7 RC.

I desperately need to run Virtual PC 2007 (other versions won't work) on it but it wants Assisted-Hardware Virtualization enables in the BIOS (Phoenix Technologies V4.70).

I have just updated to the latest BIOS version but it doesn't have the facility to enable AHV in it.
I have checked the processor specifications and it does have the Intel Virtualization Technology facility.

From what I have read up on the internet, although the Processor is capable the manufacturers on the computers/notebooks, in this case Toshiba, program the BIOS to their liking which will either enable or disable certain features.

What I would like to find out is, is there going to be another upgrade to enable Virtualization or is there another way to do it.

Many thanks in advance.

A:Satellite Pro P100 - How to enable Intel Virtualization Technology

Hi

From my knowledge the usage of Virtual PC 2007 does not require a virtual technology supported by hardware (CPU).
I used Virtual PC and Virtual Machine on PC without the VT capability.

But you are right. The Intel CORE2 DUO T7400(2.16GHZ) CPU supports the VT
http://ark.intel.com/cpu.aspx?groupId=27256

Unfortunately from my knowledge the P100 BIOS does not support the option to enable/disable the VT.

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I enabled Intel Virtualization Technology on my AIO multiple things happen on reboot. After saving the bios changes, the system reboots, system fans turn on full blast, my SSD gets loud, and Windows goes into Diagnostic Mode because windows was unable to boot. If I disable Intel Virtualization Technology computer boots normally. Ideas on what?s happening? I need Intel Virtualization Technology to be enabled and my system booting normally. Thanks in advanced!

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While in uefi bios on my ivy bridge rig I enable virtualization tech by mistake, and since then, even after disabling and loading defaults I can't get any most or keyboard input.. Can anyone help
Thanks
 

A:Intel virtualization technology killed mouse and keyboard input?

UPDATE: the issue seems to extend to all usb peripherals, which work fine in bios, but then stop working after the splash screen. this includes a usb wifi aerial :S i cant even get into safe mode (at least any way that i know of) as the keyboard is dead before the nessessary fkey can be pressed.
 

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Hello, my I'm Abel my Lenovo is G50-80, my OS is Ubuntu 17.10 I'm using Android Studio for development so I need to enable VT-X feature so I can run Android Virtual Devices.What happens is, I enable Intel Virtualization Technology in BIOS and save the changes then exit. I login into Ubuntu run this inside terminal "cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep vmx svm" which responds "grep: svm: No such file or directory". I go back to BIOS and the options is disabled. So the bottom line is, everytime I enable the option Intel Virtualization Technology, it's being disabled and I don't know why.

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Hello, my I'm Abel my Lenovo is G50-80, my OS is Ubuntu 17.10
 
I'm using Android Studio for development so I need to enable VT-X feature so I can run Android Virtual Devices.
What happens is, I enable Intel Virtualization Technology in BIOS and save the changes then exit. I login into Ubuntu run this inside terminal "cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep vmx svm" which responds "grep: svm: No such file or directory".
 
I go back to BIOS and the options is disabled.
 
So the bottom line is, everytime I enable the option Intel Virtualization Technology, it's being disabled and I don't know why.
 
Mod's Edit: System model added to the front of Subject line to improve visibility / clarity.
 

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Hello,

I have a Tecra Z40-A-11L and I'm using it to develop Android applications, using both GNU/Linux and Windows.

When running AndroidStudio in Ubuntu, I have no problems. When I use it in Win7, I can't get the virtualization to work.

When I try to use an x86 emulator in the AndroidStudio IDE, I get and error saying that I need to install HAXM support and enable VT-x. In the BIOS the VT-x is enabled. I've tried selecting the options of VT-d + VT-x and VT-x only, and in both cases it still doesn't work. I've tried installing HAXM separately using the Intel installer directly and I get a similar error:

"This computer meets the requirements for HAXM, but Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x) is not turned on. HAXM cannot be installed until VT-x is enabled."

As I say, VT-x is enabled in the BIOS, I manage to get virtualization in GNU/Linux, but for some reason Win7 doesn't seem to be able to recognize it..
Does anyone have a similar problem? Is there something I can do to solve this?

Thanks,
Javier

A:Tecra Z40-A-11L - Can't install Intel HAXM - VT-x not recognized in Win7

The CPU supports definitely the VT-X and you said also that this feature is already enabled in BIOS.

Therefore I recommend you to check this:
Turn the whole Hyper-V "Feature" off.
Open "Control Panel -> "Programs" -> "Turn Windows features on or off"
(under "Programs and Features") and locate "Hyper-V"
Now uncheck and reboot the notebook.

Feedback appreciated.

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I have a Tecra A10-1HL and I want to install Intel HAXM to speed up my android emulator.

I see on bios menu that I can enable only VT-d (and in this scenario, HAXM installation fails (with missing vt-x message).

I see that my bios release is the last (3.00).

The question is:
I cannot install HAXM in my machine due to missing VT-x option in Bios menu?

Thanks in advance.

A:Tecra A10-1HL: cannot install HAXM - Intel VT-x support missing

Hi

Your Tecra was equipped with the Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T5870 CPU
[Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T5870 (2M Cache, 2.00 GHz, 800 MHz FSB)|http://ark.intel.com/products/37034/intel-core2-duo-processor-t5870-2m-cache-2_00-ghz-800-mhz-fsb]

According to the Intel ARK page, the T5870 CPU does not support the Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x)

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I've verified that Hyper-V is turned off in Windows Features and Virtualization is enabled in the BIOS along with Hyper-threading. But when I try to install HAXM it gives me a message box saying..."This computer does not support Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x) or it is being exclusively used by Hyper-V. HAXM cannot be installed. Please ensure Hyper-V is disabled"...which it is.
I've installed and used HAXM on a few computers in the past with no issues. This is the first computer I've faced this on. And I'm about up against a wall on it as I've googled/tried everything I have found that was reasonable.
Can someone please shed some light for me?
Thank to anyone...

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Upgraded to Windows 10 version 1511 build 10586.545 on Dell 15z 5523 and attempted to defragment c:/ drive (HDD). Noticed that both (c:/ - HDD & d:/ - SSD) drives were read as SSD so unable to Analyze or Defrag.
So, I attempted to install the latest drives from Intel site. Unfortunately, crashed my system. Required a new clean install. 
Once new install, went to Dell site and installed SRT driver and Chipset drivers. Restart - checked bios - RAID drives and SRT enabled. Save & exit.
Went in to Cmd Prompt (Admin) - Diskprt - Clean. List Disk showed 2 drives both online with available space on both.
Went to Disk Management to initialize disk - Disk 1 setup - MBR style of partition.
Then on disk 0 (HDD) last partition chose “Shrink Volume…” from menu & shrank. Once completed, Extend Volume on disk 0 (HDD). 
Ran SRT program - Enable Acceleration - selected total drive - Maximized Mode. Restart.
Finished.......but noticed the following.....


As you may have noticed, and my 2 questions - where is the 2nd drive (SSD) that is being used as cache - why is it not showing up in Device Manager, Diskpart, Disk Management and Defrag software??
Yet SRT shows everything working!!
And 2nd question why is Disk 0 type still showing as SSD??
BTW defrag last run shows a time b/c I defragged in Cmd Prompt - defrag c:/ u/v/.
Please note that I did not install Intel Rapid Start Technology b/c Intel no longer supports it & Windows 10 (Power Options... Read more

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Upgraded to Windows 10 version 1511 build 10586.545 on Dell 15z 5523 and attempted to defragment c:/ drive (HDD). Noticed that both (c:/ - HDD & d:/ - SSD) drives were read as SSD so unable to Analyze or Defrag.
So, I attempted to install the latest drives from Intel site. Unfortunately, crashed my system. Required a new clean install. 
Once new install, went to Dell site and installed SRT driver and Chipset drivers. Restart - checked bios - RAID drives and SRT enabled. Save & exit.
Went in to Cmd Prompt (Admin) - Diskprt - Clean. List Disk showed 2 drives both online with available space on both.
Went to Disk Management to initialize disk - Disk 2 setup - MBR style of partition.
Then on disk 0 (HDD) last partition chose “Shrink Volume…” from menu & shrank. Once completed, Extend Volume on disk 0 (HDD). 
Ran SRT program - Enable Acceleration - selected total drive - Maximized Mode. Restart.
Finished.......but noticed the following.....


As you may have noticed, and my 2 questions - where is the 2nd drive (SSD) that is being used as cache - why is it not showing up in Device Manager, Diskpart, Disk Management and Defrag software??
Yet SRT shows everything working!!
And 2nd question why is Disk 0 type still showing as SSD??
BTW defrag last run shows a time b/c I defragged in Cmd Prompt - defrag c:/ u/v/.
Please note that I did not install Intel Rapid Start Technology b/c Intel no longer supports it & Windows 10 (Power Options... Read more

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Under the Storage section of the X1 Carbon 5th generation driver/software support page, there is the following item: Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology Driver for Windows 10 (64-bit) - ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Types: 20HQ, ...Version: 15.7.0.1014Released: 2017/07/13Severity: Recommended Is this driver just for specific hard drives that may ship with the X1 Carbon, or should this be installed for all hard drives the X1 ships with? (the Readme doesn't specify) From the factory-default installation conditions of my machine, it seems as if no version of this driver is already installed, as I cannot find any "Intel(R) 100 Series/C230 Chipset Family SATA AHCI Controller" nor "Intel(R) 6th Generation Core Processor Family Platform I/O SATA AHCI Controller" in the Device Manager under Storage Controllers (as specified in the Readme). The SSD that shipped with my machine is the 1 TB Samsung MZ-VLB1T0 HALR-000L7 PCIe-NVMe OPAL2 drive. Thanks in advance for any guidance on this!

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I generally avoid HD bloatware during reinstalls or while cleaning up bloatware unless they have a specific function (SMART monitoring) that the user wants running.

However it's recently been brought up that Intel Rapid Storage Technology software should be running when it's controller is selected.

I'm asking opinions if there are specfic reasons this software needs to be installed and running in addition to the iastor.sys driver.

Thanks for your input.

A:Is Intel Rapid Storage Technology Software needed?

Good question, Greg.

What is Intel Rapid Storage Technology? Do I need it?

From Intel:






Quote:
Whether using one or multiple hard drives, users can take advantage of enhanced performance and lower power consumption. When using more than one drive, the user can have added protection against data loss in the event of a hard drive failure.


Source

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Quick background-I restored my drive from image and i cannot recall what i did to make it a bit faster. i think it had to do with Chipset or IRST.

I tried to install the latest version 14.8.0.1042 and i get a incorrect platform error and it doesn't install

I'm using version 12.8

My specs are Win 7 pro x64, 7 Series/216 H77 chipset, I5 3rd gen, SSD SanDisk Ultra II 240g, Seagate 2tb HDD
Is this version for a different chipset or version of windows?

A:Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (Intel® RST) proper version question?

Hi Fooey,
follow this link, you need the enu version, 4th block down.
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Det...?DwnldID=22194

Roy

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Hello all this's my second post for help on this site, while looking around the net for more unnecessary driver's to disable, I stumbled across something interesting.

The topic relate's to the I/i series processor's and it's turbo boost driver, when reading the thread I noticed one of the commenters saying "Newer I series processors do not need the TB driver, its built into the processor now.", that really piqued my interest, seeing as I use one these I/i series processor's on my laptop and always figured that the Turbo Boost Technology Driver would be a necessary software component to have so my processor would be able to initiate it's "safe overclocking" function that made me decide to purchase a machine with a "I" processor in the first place.

The commenter also claimed that the 2nd Generation i7 series for sure wouldn't need to utilize the driver for turbo boost to work anyway. I just happened to be using one of the second gen i7 processor's and was wondering if I could disable the aforementioned driver and still utilize "turbo boost" as apparently turbo boost was already "Built In" to my processor, and doe's not require Intel(R) Turbo Boost Driver to function, typing this just make's me dubious and confused about the commenters claim, doesn't "Built-In" refer to the driver itself, or was the commenter getting at something else?

This's the link to the webpage I found the info on; What is the "Intel... Read more

A:Not needed Turbo Boost Technology Driver for Intel 2nd Generation i7?

I think it's confusion with the intel monitor, not turbo boost itself. I'll dig in and see if I can find more info.

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XPS 8900 with the original 1 TB hard drive, and a 5 TB drive used as storage and backup. Last night I did a clean install of Windows 10. I installed it on a new 250 GB SSD. I had disconnected the other 2 drives while installing Windows. After the Windows installation I reconnected the drives. Everything was good, all three drives showed up in Windows.
This morning I went to Dell's website to see if any drivers needed updating. Dell's system detect found two drivers: Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver and Management Console, and Intel I2xx/825xx Gigabit Ethernet Network Controller Drivers. I installed them. After that, the 5 TB drive disappeared. It still showed up in the BIOS, but not in Windows. Nowhere, not in disk management, nowhere. Fortunately, before installing the drivers, Windows created a restore point. I went back to that restore point, and the drive reappeared.
Everything's working fine now, but I'm wondering if I'll run into problems without those two updates? I know I could install just one of the drivers first, to find which one's causing the problem, but thought I'd ask here first.

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I have installed Andriod Studio/SDK on H50-55 running Windows 8.1 but get a message saying I need to install Intel HAXM when I try to run apps within the studio. If I follow the instructions to install this I get a different message saying I need 'hardware virtualization' set on in BIOS but I can't see an option for this.
How can I get Andriod set up so that I can test my developed apps on this machine?
 
Mod's Edit: Additional information added to Subject line for clarity of issue.
 

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Would like to install Intel My Wifi Technology on a HP dv7 2.53 ghz i5 4gb ram. It is already installed on another dv7 (2.4ghz i5 8gb ram).
Does this require a physical device to be installed?

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Would like to install Intel My Wifi Technology on a HP dv7 2.53 ghz i5 4gb ram. It is already installed on another dv7 (2.4ghz i5 8gb ram).
Does this require a physical device to be installed?

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hello i need helpwhy i can not install Intel(R) Smart Sound Technology (Intel(R) SST) Audio Controller 2016-08-02,09.21.00.1062 for acer f5 573g 70mv? 

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Hi all,  if you have Intel virtualization turned on and HAXM installed it appears that Hyper-V won't install.  And, if you have Hyper-V installed you cannot install HAXM as it says that virtualization is turned off or is not present.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13285682/android-sdks-intel-haxm-disabled-after-installing-hyper-v
Is Microsoft aware of this and if so do they care?  I know that developing for WP8 is great.  But I also like to develop on android.

Thanks, -ja

A:Intel HAXM and Hyper-V are they mutually exclusive?

If they both use hardware virtualization, only one can be active at a
time.  (You can even virtualize that, but it gets messy and not very
fast)
 
What you need to do is set up a boot entry to boot with hyper-v, and one
to boot without it.  That's what I do to run more than one virtualization
engine.
 
 
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/virtual_pc_guy/archive/2008/04/14/creating-a-no-hypervisor-boot-entry.aspx
 
 
Bob Comer

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I have a EX58-UD3R motherboard and I decided to install the latest drivers instead of the installation CD, but when I get to Intel Rapid Storage Technology I get "This computer does not meet the minimum requirements to install this software" which is a very vague message. I tried to look into the installation CD for something similar but found nothing, so Im not sure what's causing this..

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I have a Precision T5500. The drivers detect program recommended I install the Intel Rapid Storage Technology (Pre-OS Install) Driver (Intel_Rapid-Storage-Technolo_A04_R264762.exe). I downloaded the file to a folder and unzipped the files. The web page for the driver then states "Follow the instructions to complete the installation."But the readme files are not clear. There is no exe file to run. How do I run the install?These are the files in the folder:F6Readme.txtiaAHCI.catiaAHCI.infiaStor.catiaStor.infiaStor.syslicense.txtreadme.txtTXTSETUP.OEMVersion.txt

A:How to install Intel Rapid Storage Technology (Pre-OS Install) Driver?

Those look like files you would use to manually install the device from the device manager menu or when you first begin Windows installation.  Unless there is something wrong with Intel RST I wouldn't bother with it.  

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I had to reformat my laptop in an attempt to get the ATI drivers working instead of the DELL video drivers.  In doing so I have come to the realization today that I didn't reinstall the Turbo Boost Technology.  My laptop is supposed to be able to go to a turbo mode at 3.06 GHZ however this isn't occuring so what this gaming laptop is meant to do it cannot.
If anyone has ever encountered this or something similiar involving the installation of this technology please let me know what you did so I can try it.
Thank you in advanced.

A:Alienware M17x cannot install Intel's Turbo Boost Technology

I'm having the same problem.
I downloaded the turbo boost driver from support.dell.com
Turbo Boost Technology Driver  8/2/2010   1.1.1.1007, A00
 
Error:
This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software.

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my OS is installed on SSD games and data installed on hdds
I want to clean install windows 10
do I need to install Intel? Rapid Storage Technology ?
if yes do I need first to install
all of my motherboard drivers and then install Intel INF installation ?

A:clean windows 10 ,do i need to install Intel Rapid Storage Technology?

Originally Posted by yafatana


my OS is installed on SSD games and data installed on hdds
I want to clean install windows 10
do I need to install Intel? Rapid Storage Technology ?
if yes do I need first to install
all of my motherboard drivers and then install Intel INF installation ?



Its not really needed much anymore, I would do your clean install without it 1st, then check on how your Windows runs. I uninstalled mine right after our Anniversary Update. Have had no problems.

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Hello, I took delivery of my new ThinkPad X270 three days ago. It is a 20HN model, and it has the 512 GB Intel SSD, with Windows 10 Pro. One of the problems I am having with the machine is that it randomly freezes for a few seconds intermittently. I read on the Microsoft forum that one solution to this was to check of Intel Rapid Space Technology was installed. In my device manager, I noticed that Rapid Storage Technology was missing. Instead, only the Microsoft Storae Spaces Controller and Standard NVM Express Controller are visible. Then there are no IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers in the device manager, either. I downloaded the driver for Intel RST from the Lenovo web site and installed it, but when I rebooted my systel the storage controllers were still the same Microsoft ones, and the Intel RST was still not showing in the Device Manager. I also re-installed the chipset software, but the IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers didn't show up either. This was all on a clean install of Windows 10. I already tried using the native troubleshooter app on Windows 10 as well as running an SFC scan, neither of these fixed the problem. Coud someone advise what I should do to install Intel RST?

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I'd like to know how would you use the Intel Virtualization program? In my system's BIOS under the performance section there is an option call Intel Virtualization. I realize somehow it has something to do with the systems performance but what and how would you go about using it. At the moment Virtualization isn't turned on. Can someone explain how to use such a program on a standalone computer if it's possible? Thank you in advance.

Dell XPS 410
Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit
Ati Radeon X1300 Pro 256MB Card
Intel 2.40GHz. Duo Core Conroe E6600 processor
250G SATA II storage
 

A:Intel Virtualization

Since you're probably not running a Virtual Machine emulator, this really has no applicability to your situation. If you'd like to read what it is: http://www.intel.com/technology/virtualization/index.htm
 

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Before carefully reading that Home Premium does not support W7 XP mode, I reset the computer's BIOS to Intel Virtualization Technology. Assuming that there is NO hit to normal single mode operating performance in this mode I'm inclined to leave the BIOS at this setting rather than move it back to the default in the event that I install a third party VM app in the future.

Is there any drawback to leaving the BIOS controller setting in the virtualization mode?

Mark

A:BIOS Intel Virtualization

There's no drawback as such. Even if you use any 3rd party software like Virtualbox or VmWare, you wont need to enable Virtualization.

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I have a Intel Core 2 T7200 CPU with 2.0ghz speed. This Processor Supports Virtualization. But I can't fine this feature in the BIOS. How can I enable this ?
 

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Hi all.I've developed VT activation procedure for Lenovo Ideapad Y530. But provided that your notebook corresponds to the following requirements: - Your CPU MUST support Intel virtualization Technology otherwise you'll get nonfunctioning laptop.- CPU MSR-register 0x0000003A MUST have zero value on BOTH CPU cores.If your machine doesn't fit these conditions then my procedure can't help you.If you want to try then you have to send me a request by email ([email protected]) with the following information: - CPU model.- Operating system version (32 or 64 bit).- BIOS version.

A:Y530 virtualization (Intel VT) [SOLVED]

Several guys have successfully tested my patch and now I place here the final version.You can download it  here. 1) Run "Universal BIOS Backup ToolKit 2.0.exe" and make a dump of your current BIOS.2) Run "VT-patch.exe" and patch the BIOS dump which was made on step 1 (backup copy "Backup.rom" will be created in the same folder).3) Flash the patched BIOS with BIOS setup Easy Flash utility.Warning: VT-patch will not modify your BIOS dump if your system doesn't support virtualization (you'll get an error message).

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the BIOS show "Virtualization" is disabled and Notes: to enable it requires a "Full BIOS reset Question how to do this? Thanks

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