I have Core i7-6700K. Specification says this processors support Virtualization (VT-x, VT-d), but Intel(R) Processor Identification Utility says me, that my processor doesn't support it.
How it possible?
Configuration - Core i7-6700K and ASRock Z170 Pro4S motherboard.
I did this. Both options in bios are enabled (I can't do screenshot now, I'll do this at evening). I have latest 3.50 version of bios. Maybe this connected with bios developer mistake, maybe with another reason.
Thank you for your help - so, it's not a problem of intel, it's a ASRock motherboard bios problem, I suppose.
It maybe a software utility that is blocking the access to virtualization. I read some threads regarding this issue and it seems that even the antivirus can block the access. Check if you have any program that is messing with bios access, or do a clean windows install and check if its working after that.
Thank you for sharing your solution, l am glad to hear that you were able to track this down.
If you need further assistance let us know.
I have VT-x and VT-d both are supported in Identifiction Utility, but CPU-Z says me that only VT-x is avaiable. Also I have problems in boinc ATLAS and Virtual LHC projects - both of them use Virtual Box and say me that virtualization doesn't support.
(unknown error) - exit code -148 (0xffffff6c)
2016-09-24 18:23:36 (1512): vboxwrapper (7.7.26196): starting
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Feature: Checkpoint interval offset (500 seconds)
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Detected: VirtualBox COM Interface (Version: 5.1.6)
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Detected: Minimum checkpoint interval (900.000000 seconds)
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Successfully copied 'init_data.xml' to the shared directory.
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Create VM. (boinc_c9d7c17500abcdc3, slot# 33)
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Setting Memory Size for VM. (2241MB)
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Setting CPU Count for VM. (1)
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Setting Chipset Options for VM.
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Setting Boot Options for VM.
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Enabling VM Network Access.
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Setting Network Configuration for NAT.
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Disabling USB Support for VM.
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Disabling COM Port Support for VM.
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Disabling LPT Port Support for VM.
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Disabling Audio Support for VM.
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Disabling Clipboard Support for VM.
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Disabling Drag and Drop Support for VM.
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): Hardware acceleration failed with previous execution. Disabling VirtualBox hardware acceleration support.
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512): ERROR: Invalid configuration. VM type requires acceleration but the current configuration cannot support it.
2016-09-24 18:23:37 (1512):
NOTE: VirtualBox has reported an improperly configured virtual machine. It was configured to require
hardware acceleration for virtual machines, but your processor does not support the required feature.
Please report this issue to the project so that it can be addresssed.
Error Code: ERR_CPU_VM_EXTENSIONS_DISABLED
18:23:37 (1512): called boinc_finish(-148)
This is an output of VM box. I don't know why, but I've enabled Virtualization in the bios anywhere it possible. Is this my bios/motherboard problem? (((
What device you need to virtualize ?
You want all CPU to be virualized ? You need to go to the system settings in that virtual machine and at acceleration to enable VT-x and Nested paging.
Yes it does, I know someone on the forum who virtualized his video an nvidia card but in linux and running windows 10 in a virtual machine.
CPU: http://ark.intel.com/products/88195/Intel-Core-i7-6700K-Processor-8M-Cache-up-to-4_20-GHz Intel® Core™ i7-6700K Processor (8M Cache, up to 4.20 GHz) Specifications
Chipset: http://ark.intel.com/products/90591/Intel-GL82Z170-PCH (Intel® GL82Z170 PCH) Specifications
Do you have a discrete video card ? If you don't that application will not run.
You need a discrete video card and activate igpu also and give access to the discrete card to virtualbox machine that will run. Also that virtual machine that it creates needs a video driver that is compatible to the video card you have. When you run the virtual machine it will take over your discrete video card.
Yes, I have. nVidia GeForce970. I'll check today igpu state too, maybe it's disabled in bios... Virtual box has standard configuration, I didn't change anything. There was no problem on my old Core i5+GeForce 555M...
Thank you for your help! Maybe igpu is a problem reason...