Virtualization problem with P5KPL-AM Motherboard

Discussion in 'PC Hardware' started by fyzz08, Apr 22, 2010.

  1. fyzz08

    fyzz08 MDL Novice

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    I'm sorry for making this thread here but couldn't find any info about my problem.

    I'm using ASUS P5KPL-AM motherboard with AMI bios. My processor is a Intel Quad Core Q8300.

    What i want to do is enable virtualization on my motherboard. I saw u've done some great job with modding BIOS's but after searching various forums couldn't find a clue that could solve my problem (or i can't understand it). If someone solved this problem before and can help me with a link i'll be very grateful.

    Tyvm.

    If additional informations about bios/pc config are needed i'm here
     
  2. alextheg

    alextheg Super Moderator
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    Well if your cpu supports virtualisation then you enable it in bios settings.
     
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  3. fyzz08

    fyzz08 MDL Novice

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    There is no enable virtualization inside AMI BIOS

    And CPU Q8300 supports virtualization
     
  4. alextheg

    alextheg Super Moderator
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    Try looking for a setting like "VT", in advanced bios settings. As your cpu and mobo are modern im syre there will be an option in bios for it somewhere. :)
     
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  5. dogfox

    dogfox MDL Novice

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    just downloaded the manual for your motherboard ...in the bios advanced menu , cpu configuration , vanderpool technology .... set it to enabled
     
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  6. alextheg

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    Good work Dogfox :)
     
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  8. fyzz08

    fyzz08 MDL Novice

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  9. alextheg

    alextheg Super Moderator
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    No definately do not do that, bios is specific to motherboard model and revision number.
     
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