Problema con maqunia virtual - VMWare y VM Virtual Box Windows 10 Home

'Wayne

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Buen día,

hace unos dias a Windows 10 le dio por actualizarse y se jodieron las maquinas virtuales.

estoy buscando una solución ya que muestran una de:

You need to disable Hypervisior to check new application that use VT-x before ir launch.

So, follow the next steps:

1) open command prompt as Administrator

2) run bcdedit to check hypervisor status:

bcdedit
3) check hypervisor launch type:

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4) if is set to auto then disable it:

bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off
5) reboot host machine and launch VirtualBox again

I hope this helps.
no sirve
 

'Wayne

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To enable Core Isolation Memory Integrity in Windows 10, do the following.

  1. Open the Windows Defender Security Center app.
  2. Click on the Device security icon.
  3. On the right, click on Core isolation details link.
  4. Enable the Memory integrity toggle option.
  5. Confirm the UAC prompt.
  6. Restart Windows 10 to apply the changes. The reboot is required.
You are done. The Memory Integrity feature will be enabled.

To disable it, you need to perform the same sequence of steps and turn off the toggle option Memoryintegrity in the Windows Defender Security Center.

Note: The information and options available in the Device security depends on your hardware configuration. In my case, standard hardware security is not supported by the computer, so the OS is using virtualization-based security.

That's it.
 
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