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Virtual Technology

JRayn3
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I am running an Android emulator on my NUC 8i7BEH with the latest Windows 10.

I am being advised by the emulator to enable Virtual Technology in the BIOS.

My questions are, is this advisable, is it easy to do and is it reversible?

Thank you.

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AlHill
Super User
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Advisable? Sure

Easy to do? yes

is it reversible? Yes

 

Actually, it should already be on. In the bios, go to security features, and see if a check mark is there for Intel VT and for Intel VT for Directed I/O.

 

It is just a check mark, so if you want to turn it off, no problem.

 

I would also make sure you are at the current BIOS, which is 0074.

 

Doc

 

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AlHill
Super User
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Advisable? Sure

Easy to do? yes

is it reversible? Yes

 

Actually, it should already be on. In the bios, go to security features, and see if a check mark is there for Intel VT and for Intel VT for Directed I/O.

 

It is just a check mark, so if you want to turn it off, no problem.

 

I would also make sure you are at the current BIOS, which is 0074.

 

Doc

 

JRayn3
New Contributor II
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Thanks, Doc, for your quick response. I am on 0074 and will give it a try. Much obliged to you.

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