[SOLVED] Enabling Hyper-V/Windows Sandbox(1903) automatically turns off my CPU virtualization

Apr 11, 2019
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Any idea why? When I turn off the hyper-v and Windows Sandbox my CPU virtualization feature comes back to Enabled and Supported status. I cannot create VMware and Virtualbox machines when Hyper v enabled because of this. It is "not supported" status when sandbox and/or hyper v enabled which is false. In BIOS its Enabled all the time.

Any way to fix this? or there are no way to have them enabled both at same time?
 
Apr 11, 2019
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Thats sucks, then Windows Sandbox is absolutely useless to me as VMware have plenty features that Windows sandbox don't have. Only good thing comes with the Windows Sandbox is fast startup. I will continue using VMware then.

"New" Microsoft is so bad at developing things, half baked, broken, buggy, anti-consumer mess. Bill Gates's Microsoft wasn't like this, at least things they create was working.
 

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