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#1 Feb 5 2019 04:22pm
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I got a laptop lenovo g51-35 and i would like to enable virtualization. According to SecurAble my computer supports it but I can't find SVM setting/vt-x in BIOS.
I have tried to updated to my latest drivers supported according to the lenovo website.

Anyone got any ideas?
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#2 Feb 10 2019 05:54pm
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u have to lookup your cpu on ur laptop to see if it supports virtualization, and i doubt it does unless its a high-end laptop
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#3 Feb 11 2019 08:05am
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Assuming your laptop was shipped with its default hardware specs, AMD A8 7410 (your CPU) should support AMD-V virtualization, yes.
Iirc several devices in that product line needs to be updated to the latest BIOS version first, to get the virtualization option under the BIOS' config tab.
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#4 Feb 13 2019 07:50am
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Quote (Arkhen @ Feb 11 2019 10:05am)
Assuming your laptop was shipped with its default hardware specs, AMD A8 7410 (your CPU) should support AMD-V virtualization, yes.
Iirc several devices in that product line needs to be updated to the latest BIOS version first, to get the virtualization option under the BIOS' config tab.


This is correct as I had an end user in my office with one that came without the correct BIOS version.

It actually required TWO updates to the BIOS I.E.: Two full update and reboot cycles before it actually showed up.
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