Does your Windows PC support Virtualization?

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  1. You can use Coreinfo, a command-line utility that shows you the mapping between logical processors and the physical processor, NUMA node, and socket on which they reside, as well as the cache’s assigned to each logical processor. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/cc835722.aspx

    Run this tool before enabling the Hyper-V feature from an elevated command prompt.

    Command: coreinfo.exe -accepteula -v

    The output provided by the tool will tell you if the CPU supports hardware assisted virtualization and if the CPU supports SLAT (SLAT is required for RemoteFX vGPU with Hyper-V). There will be listed a * before the options that are supported, says Microsoft.

    Else use SecurAble, mentioned in the post.

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