- You can’t run any virtual OS such as: Android emulator, Oracle VirtualBox guest OS
Oracle VirtualBox or Android AVD gave warning about “Intel VT-x is not available”, although:
- Intel VT-x is supported by your CPU. (Download CPU-Z to make sure)
- Intel VT-x is already enabled in your BIOS. (To enter advanced reboot in Windows 10: press and hold SHIFT key while choosing “Restart” , then choose “UEFI Firmware Settings”)
- You already uninstall/disable Hyper-V (via “Turn Windows features on and off” and command:
dism.exe /Online /Disable-Feature:Microsoft-Hyper-V
and then restart).
Last resort would be:
- downloading Device Guard and Credential Guard hardware readiness tool
- run (in elevated PowerShell) and reboot:
.\DG_Readiness_Tool_v3.5.ps1 -Disable -AutoReboot
Your virtualization should work as usual.