Question Vmware error

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I need help fast because i need vmaware for something right now.

Here is the error code:
Error while powering on: This host supports Intel VT-x, but Intel VT-x is disabled.

Intel VT-x might be disabled if it has been disabled in the BIOS/firmware settings or the host has not been power-cycled since changing this setting.

(1) Verify that the BIOS/firmware settings enable Intel VT-x and disable 'trusted execution.'
(2) Power-cycle the host if either of these BIOS/firmware settings have been changed.
(3) Power-cycle the host if you have not done so since installing VMware Player.
(4) Update the host's BIOS/firmware to the latest version.
This host does not support "Intel EPT" hardware assisted MMU virtualization.
VMware Player does not support the user level monitor on this host.
Module 'MonitorMode' power on failed.
Failed to start the virtual machine.


I dont want to enable VT-x (virtualization) because of some reassons.
How do i fix this error without touching the bios/enabling VT-x (virtualization)?

My specs are writen bellow.
 
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Try unplugging the power cord, when your computer is off, from the psu. Wait for a minute then plug it back in and power pc on. Did it help?
Try unplugging the power cord, when your computer is off, from the psu. Wait for a minute then plug it back in and power pc on. Did it help?
Aaa???
Vmware is an app like VirtualBox that emulates a virtual OS (windows 7,mac os,linux,ubuntu,etc)
 

Math Geek

Polypheme
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you have to check the manual for the mobo. but i don't recall ever seeing them dependent on each other. they are not really related so you should be able to enable them independently of each other.

check the manual or simply give it a shot it will tell you if it needs them both enabled, but i don't think it needs to be as i can't remember it being required before in any system i've worked with
 

Ralston18

Titan
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This:

"I dont want to enable VT-x (virtualization) because of some reassons. "

What reasons?

What happened if/when you tried enabling VT-x? Provided you did try to do so. What error message(s) appeared?

What else, if anything, happened?

The only possibility I can think of is that you do not have the necessary admin rights to enable VT-x.

And there can be a couple of reasons for you not having admin rights.....
 

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