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How to enable VT

I. Why enable VT?

Virtualization Technology (VT) is designed to expand hardware capacity. With VT, multiple operating systems can be simultaneously run on a platform, and all applications can work within isolated spaces without affecting each other, thereby significantly improving the efficiency of your PC. Enabling VT boosts emulator performance by more than 10 times!

II. How to identity if your PC supports VT?

To check whether your PC supports VT, go to "Help" at the upper right corner of the emulator → select "Player information", then check the contents in the red box as shown below. If it says "Not supported", then you should upgrade your motherboard;

How to enable VT1

How to enable VT1

III. How to enable VT?

Step 1, identify your motherboard model,because the method differs depending on the motherboard model.

How to identify your motherboard model?

Method 1: Via the Command Prompt

Type "cmd" in the Windows search bar, press Enter and type "wmic baseboard get product,Manufacturer" in the command prompt window. Press Enter to display the name/model/manufacturer of your PC's motherboard.

How to enable VT5

How to enable VT4

How to enable VT3

How to enable VT6

Method 2: Use the DirectX Diagnostic Tool:

Tap "Windows key" + "R" → Enter "dxdiag" → Press “Yes” When running this tool for the first time, a window will pop up, asking "Do you want to check if your drivers are digitally signed?", just press "Yes" and proceed.

Step 2, find out how to enable VT with your motherboard:

Enabling VT in ASUS PCs

Enabling VT in Dell PCs

Enabling VT in GIGABYTE PCs

Enabling VT in Lenovo PCs

Enabling VT in HP PCs

Enabling VT in MSI PCs

Enabling VT in Acer PCs

Enabling VT in ASRock PCs

Enabling VT in Toshiba PCs

Remark: What if I keep on failing to access BIOS because the startup happens too fast?


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