I found out that my cpu supports AMD-V hardware virtualisation and dep, but both are disabled in bios and there is no such option shown in the bios menu. I know it's possible to make changes to the cmos settings programmatically with a dos bootdisk. So if it's only hidden in the bios menu, but the bios still contains this feature, then it should be possible to dump the cmos data and write it back after moddification, right? And if something goes wrong I think I can just load setup defaults and everything is fine again? I dumped my cmos settings with cmossave (only first 128 bytes of it), but I really don't know where to start. I also don't know if it's possible to do this without the bios complaining about bad checksums afterwards. Anyone who can help me? Bios bin and cmos dump can be downloaded from the link below. The bios was backed up with the award version of winflash because the pheonix version didn't work, but that shouldn't matter I guess? http://www.mediafire.com/file/enlykzjnqgm/CMOSEDIT.rar Thanks in advance!!