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verr_vmx_msr_locked_or_disable

Postby rtsa » 19. May 2010, 15:48

verr_vmx_msr_locked_or_disable
Sonuç Kodu:
E_FAIL (0x80004005)
Bile?en:
Console
Arayüz:
IConsole {6375231a-c17c-464b-92cb-ae9e128d71c3}
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(my bad english)
Processor(s): 1 No problem
Processor(s): 2 Yes problem
Processor(s): 3 Yes problem
Processor(s): 4 Yes problem
Help please!!!!
operating system:Microsoft server web 2003 (update completed)
Cpu:INTEL(R) CORE(TM)2 QUAD Q9400 @2.66GHZ
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Re: verr_vmx_msr_locked_or_disable

Postby sandervl » 19. May 2010, 15:55

Your BIOS can't enable VT-x properly. Try to find an update.
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Re: verr_vmx_msr_locked_or_disable

Postby rtsa » 19. May 2010, 16:09

xp install operating system correct work ???server2003---->xp don't error ? Do you work?
bios update necessary???
bios update exact solution?
my bad english:(
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Re: verr_vmx_msr_locked_or_disable

Postby Sasquatch » 19. May 2010, 23:17

If you can't write English that well, you might make it more understandable for us if you use Google Translate with your native language and post that translation here.

As Sander said, your motherboard can not handle the hardware assisted virtualisation (VT-x/AMD-V) properly. Early motherboards had experimental or at least buggy support for it and made it better with new BIOS releases. You need to get one of those newer releases.
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Re: verr_vmx_msr_locked_or_disable

Postby rtsa » 20. May 2010, 13:53

vt-x --> processor feature or chipset?
haven't vt-x features bios
have vt-d features bios
Another way ? different ways?
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Re: verr_vmx_msr_locked_or_disable

Postby rtsa » 20. May 2010, 14:13

Does the operating system from????
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Re: verr_vmx_msr_locked_or_disable

Postby sandervl » 20. May 2010, 14:40

Sorry, I don't understand what you're trying to say. To solve your problem you need to update the BIOS of your computer.
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Re: verr_vmx_msr_locked_or_disable

Postby Sasquatch » 24. May 2010, 13:04

rtsa wrote:vt-x --> processor feature or chipset?

Both, CPU and chipset needs to support it.

haven't vt-x features bios
have vt-d features bios
Another way ? different ways?

There isn't much you can do if you can only control VT-d. VT-x is the predecessor of VT-d and needs it's own switch. It's called VT-x or 'hardware virtualisation' or similar.
There is no other way to get VT-x working.
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