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Enable Virtualization Technology (VT) on Dell desktop and laptop

This article will talk about how to enable VT on Dell desktop and laptop through BIOS.

Step 1: Restart the computer. When the screen is on, press the key prompted on the screen repeatedly. For desktops, if there is no prompt, try pressing the "F2" or "Del" key repeatedly to enter BIOS; as for laptop, try pressing the " Fn+F2" or "Del" key for the BIOS entry.

 

Note: If none of them work, you can also try pressing "Esc", "F8", "F9", "F10", "F11" or "F12". For laptops, just try pressing "Fn+Esc", "Fn+F8", "Fn+F9", "Fn+F10", "Fn+F11" or "Fn+F12".

Enable Virtualization Technology (VT) on Dell desktop and laptop

 

Step 2: "Advanced" "Virtualization", switch from "Disabled" to "Enabled", and finally press "F10" to save and exit. 

Enable Virtualization Technology (VT) on Dell desktop and laptop

 

If there is "Virtualization Support", expand it to find "Virtualization", and then switch from "Disabled" to "Enabled", and finally press "F10" to save and exit.

Enable Virtualization Technology (VT) on Dell desktop and laptop

 

Note: If your computer processor is AMD CPU, select "Advanced" / "Security" >"Secure Virtual Machine"/"SVM Mode" after entering the BIOS, and switch from "Disabled" to "Enabled", and then press "F10" to save and exit. 

Enable Virtualization Technology (VT) on Dell desktop and laptop