Remove the virtualization flags enable the software to think it's a real physical machine

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Remove the virtualization flags enable the software to think it's a real physical machine

Postby wuchywan » 23. Oct 2021, 06:00

最近遇到软件不能在虚拟机运行问题,如何让虚拟机去掉虚拟化的标志(主板,BIOS等修改),让软件认为是真实物理主机。

Recent software cannot be run in virtual machine problems, how to make a virtual machine to remove the virtualization flags ( motherboard, BIOS and other modifications ), enable the software to think it's a real physical machine
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Re: Remove the virtualization flags enable the software to think it's a real physical machine

Postby wuchywan » 23. Oct 2021, 10:41

how to change BIOS name,delete "VBOX"
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Re: Remove the virtualization flags enable the software to think it's a real physical machine

Postby wuchywan » 23. Oct 2021, 10:45

Remove the symbol of virtual machines,example: "VBOX","VirtualBOX" , software considered to be physical Machines.
how to Change the name of the Board/BIOS
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Re: Remove the virtualization flags enable the software to think it's a real physical machine

Postby mpack » 23. Oct 2021, 11:44

wuchywan wrote:Recent software cannot be run in virtual machine

There is nothing recent about this. It has always been possible to detect virtual machines in many ways, and changing the names of a few devices is not going to stop that. One trivially easy way to detect a VM is to notice that the hardware is obsolete and the CPU is new. You might get 0.0001% false positives with that test, but who cares?

The only difference between now and when I first started is that more software vendors are aware of VMs and their uses.

The IDs used to identify hardware is the same ID used to select the driver. So if you renamed the devices you would not have any drivers.

VirtualBox is a hypervisor, not a CPU simulator. It will always be possible for software to detect that it's in a VM.
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