Question Intel Virtualization missing in BIOS on ASUS TUF X299 MARK2 motherboard

Amigo1982

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Hello guys,
Changed the motherboard to ASUS TUF X299 MARK2 and CPU to Core i9 9920X.
OS Windows 10 latest update and to yesterday Microsoft Hyper-V virtual machine worked fine. Today gives me the following error "The virtual machine is using processor specific feature not supported from your physical computer..." Link to screenshot is attached.
https://www.photobox.co.uk/my/photo?album_id=5900279893&photo_id=503164125718
Virtualization option is not here any more.
https://www.photobox.co.uk/my/photo?album_id=5900279893&photo_id=503164131099
And i am almost 100% sure i just need to enable Virtualization in BIOS and VM will start working. For me is important to use Hyper-V as i have warehouse software there.
But i checked in BIOS and Intel Virtualization is missing . Was with version 3006, now with 3105 - latest BIOS. Only on one place in BIOS shows VT-X supported and no option to change and that`s all. Saw that other people complain too with similar mobo - X299 Prime from same issue. But i do not want to downgrade to very old BIOS because i am with 256GB RAM 8 x 32GB and i am afraid with old BIOS ram will not work. In theory that CPU supports only 128GB, but in practice works with 256GB without problems. And yes, the CPU supports Intel Virtualization. Any ideas how to start Hyper-V?
Regards.
 

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