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I have vt-x turned on but win 7 doesn't identify it at all

Khaled_A_1
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I'm trying to run linux ubuntu on Virtualbox. It fails after installing successfully because virtualization technology isn't enabled. I enabled vt-x in BIOS and shutdown my pc and turned power off then started it but virtualbox didn't respond either giving me the same result:

                    smbus base address uninitialized - upgrade bios or use force_addr=0xaddr

 

I installed Intel(R) Processor Identification Utility to check virtualization technology on win 7 but was still off. Here are my CPU specifications:

I have been working on this problem full day with almost no result!

 

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Khaled_A_1
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And that's a shot of Identification Utility:

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