vbox4me2 wrote:You might be able to do this but after about 30 switches between the 2, hyperv can crash the Host because of a registry mess-up, so make a choice between the 2.
Björn König wrote:You can disable Hyper-V without deinstalling it. Start a command prompt with administrator rights and execute the following command:
Reboot windows. Hyper-V is disabled now. If you want to enable it, then run this command:
and reboot again.
This solution still needs a reboot, but you don't mess up your registry and don't lose configuration settings.
I think this issue will become a topic because Windows 8 Pro edition provides the Hyper-V feature.
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