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Hyper-V isn't available?

Jacktastic-Mofo
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So I'm trying to practice some virtualization bullshittery for my MOS school and for whatever reason my laptop won't let me turn on Hyper-V features as it's not even visible in the menu to be enabled even though virtualization is enabled in the bios and all. I've tried other hyper visors and none of them are working. Any idea?

 

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What version of Windows is the machine running?

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Open powershell as administrator and copy over the following...

 

Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName Microsoft-Hyper-V -All

 

As long as you're running a compatible version of Windows it will install files and prompt a restart.

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You need at least Windows 10 Pro (Win 7 Pro) to be able to install HV.

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On 10/29/2018 at 7:36 PM, Jacktastic-Mofo said:

I've tried other hyper visors and none of them are working. Any idea?

Virtualbox and VMware?

 

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