[Solved] How to fix Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-X) error to setup HAXM for Hyper-V sytem or Emulator ?

Hi,

I think you have try different way to fix the issue as shown in screen shot.

Haxm_errorHowever, after using different alternatives like:

  • Enabling virtualization on BIOS
  • Doing so many tweak with TPM security, and you are sure that your machine is supportive for VT -> To check this, you can download Intel Processor Identification Utility by clicking here.
  • And still if you couldn’t get any solution, then

YES !! you are in the right blog for the solution.

I have try different way to fix this , but finally I figure out one solution which help me to or allow me to seutp HAXM in my computer for virtualization or to run different emulator.

Solution

1. Open your command prompt in Admin mode and run the following command:

bcdedit /copy {current} /d " Windows 8- no hypervisor"
  • BCD edit is the process to modify your boot entry for the system.
  • Here you copied your current entry of boot to a new name “Windows 8-no hypervisor“. You can put any sort of name for your easiness.

You must get the confirmation of successfully copied as:

BCDEDIT2. Now, you have to turn off Hypervisor on the new boot entry. So you can run the following command:

bcdedit /set {copy the identifier value of new boot loader which you have created a moment ago } hypervisorlaunchtype off

BCDEDIT_1You have almost done. You can reboot your machine and log on from the new boot entry which is named with no-hypervisor as shown in screenshot:

BootFeel free to drop a comment if you have any question regarding it.

Cheers,
Udhyan.

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