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Monday, June 20, 2022

How To Enable Intel Virtualization | Asus Laptop TUF Gaming

 I was trying to install Ubuntu through a program called VirtualBox when I ran into a problem. I couldn’t save my settings and was really confused about what to do next, so I got some great advice from my dear friend Allan. He told me I needed to enable Intel Virtualization! Whether you want to run multiple operating systems or need Intel Virtualization enabled for another reason, I’m going to show you how to enable this setting on your ASUS TUF Gaming Laptop. It’s surprisingly easy.

What is Intel Virtualization?

It’s provided in Intel processors and enables a user to use multiple operating systems at the same time, hosting on a single processor. Pretty cool right? Intel VT is the processor’s ability to host multiple virtual machines as well as their operating systems. It’s also called Intel Virtualization Technology and has also gone by the name Vanderpool in the past.

How to enable Intel Virtualization

I’m using an ASUS TUF Gaming laptop. Most computers have different bios interfaces. Don’t worry if yours is different to mine – the settings may be in different places but they’re generally similar and you will be able to find them.

First, you’ll have to restart your laptopPress the ‘escape’ key and F2 as the computer restarts and you’ll see your bios settings.

At the bottom right corner, you’ll see an option for ‘advanced settings’. Click on that.

There are some options in the top menu. You’ll see ‘main’, ‘advanced’, ‘boot’, ‘security’ and ‘save and exit’. Go to ‘advanced’.

We are looking for a setting called SVM Mode. Click the drop-down menu and change the option from ‘disabled’ to ‘enabled’

"Enable the SVM MODE"

Press f10 to save and exit!

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