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.