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Windows 7: Windows7x64 reports no support for hardware virtualization and no VT

04 Jul 2015   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 Bit

See these links:


Then | The Official BIOS Update and Support Center for Phoenix Technologies

The first address has a link to the second at the "Services" tab at the top of its page. The second link posted takes you to the third. As far as it's known the 3rd party service involved is THE official handler for Phoenix updates and deals with all other manufacturers. I hope this helps.

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 Windows7x64 reports no support for hardware virtualization and no VT

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