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when using vmware, i noticed that i need to turn off hyper-v by running

bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off

 in order for it to work properly (virtualbox and vmware both require hyper-v to be turned off in order to use vt-x). the problem with that is programs such as multipass and docker require hyper-v to be working.

is there a way to allow vmware to work properly while running the hyper-v hypervisor?

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core i7 9700f

16gb 2666mhz ram (dual channel)

512gb sandisk sata boot ssd i salvaged from my broken laptop (lenovo doesn't seem to have great quality ideapad laptops)

480gb sata ssd that came with my system

2tb hdd

msi geforce rtx 2060 super

asrock b365m ib-r mobo

logitech g513 rgb keyboard

logitech m720 triathlon wireless mouse

logitech g935 wireless rgb headset

fifine k669b usb mic

some old samsung 1080p60hz monitor (upgrading it soon)

some cheap "rgb" mousepad i got for christmas

and the most important part, real rgb inside the case

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Enbale nested virtulization, and run those programs in a hyper-v vm. Or just use hyper-v instead of vmware worstation and virtual box, should have about the same features.

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