You should not have to. I didn't and you should not use a VM for gaming either. I changed from VB to VMware player but looking back I think VB was better as a free version. I don't know if you are planning on installing Linux on it.Do I have to install my motherboard and graphics drivers for the VM or no? I am new to this VM.
I want to use the VM as a test machine.You should not have to. I didn't and you should not use a VM for gaming either. I changed from VB to VMware player but looking back I think VB was better as a free version. I don't know if you are planning on installing Linux on it.
So any other OS beside Windows than I have to install my motherboard and graphics drives?If you're installing Windows 10 you shouldn't have to
Do I have to install my motherboard and graphics drivers for the VM or no? I am new to this VM.
"Memory Integrity" in Core Isolation is off by default and I have yet to harden my Windows using eg SysHardener, OSArmor or HC Configurator.I'm running VirtualBox on Windows 10 Home. I didn't have any trouble installing it but did encounter an issue with VMs not being able to start. Disabling Windows 10 "Memory Integrity" Core Isolation feature solved this.
I'm not sure what's blocking your installation. It could be Kaspersky or the result of any system hardening that you may have applied.
Quote from below articleI wasn't able to view the screenshot you posted, so I am just guessing in the dark that the issue is enabling CPU virtualization in your BIOS. I am assuming your real system is 64 bit, correct?
Try enabling virtualization support in the BIOS for your particular processor (Intel? AMD?). Search on google for how to do it on your particular Mobo, because each one is different.
By the way, if you have enabled Microsoft virtualization on your system, it is called Hyper-V, then you cannot use VirtualBox or VMware. Once you have enabled Hyper-V, it hogs your CPU and won't allow another virtualization solution to use it.
Okay, good so far, but what about your BIOS? Did you enable virtualization support?Quote from below article
The Hyper-V role cannot be installed on Windows 10 Home.
According to the below article there's no Hyper-V in Windows 10 Home. That's why if @Protomartyr can install VB I suspect this has something to do with KIS. I read on the net someone uninstalled KAV first after which he succeeded in installing VB. I'll need to try this out first and, if still cannot work, then upgrade to Windows 10 Pro
I am buying a new laptop and the one that I want only comes with Windows 10 Home edition preinstalled... I read somewhere that Windows 10 Pro edition supports Virtualization, but not Win home.... does that mean that VirtualBox won't work on win10home? or does this only apply for Microsoft...forums.tomsguide.com
In Turn the WIndows Features On or Off you can see that Virtual Machine Platform and Windows Hypervisor Platform are Off
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My Task Manager is showing Virtualization is Enabled
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My Task Manager already showed that virtualization is enabled. See previous attached picture and SecurAble below confirms itOkay, good so far, but what about your BIOS? Did you enable virtualization support?
Why don't you try posting on the VB forum? They know their product very well. You also might be able to find the answer yourself by searching their forum.
Ah, now I can see your screenshot. No, this has nothing to do with virtualization enabled or not enabled. It's something on your system that is not right. You have a non-standard setting somewhere.
Very good.I use Microsofts free VMs.Maybe you should try that and see if that fixes anything.https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/tools/vms/Yes, it comes with the new LG GRAM 17 that I bought from the store with LG representative helping me setting the system up