I experienced the same problem with an other Intel Desktop Board, a DG33TL.
I solved it with Intel customer service and here is the solution :
"Thank you for contacting Intel(R) Technical Support. We understand you are
having problems with Intel(R) Virtualization Technology. Remove the RTC (Real
Time Clock) battery and leave it out for 20 minutes. After this period of
time, insert the battery back in and turn the system back on; if it displays
POST messages, go into BIOS Setup Utility by pressing <F2> during the boot
process. Once in the BIOS setup utility, press <F9> to restore BIOS default
settings. Reset any customized BIOS settings. Clear all DMI event logs, which
are located in the Advanced/Event Log Configuration section of the BIOS Setup
utility. Press <F10> to save the new settings and reboot the system".
"Jos Groot Lipman" wrote:
> In article <c9233e7a-96bd-4ed9-afe8-3e8790565ab9
> @t12g2000prg.googlegroups.com>, praveenv@xxxxxx says...
> Even worse: on my system I do get Hardware Virtualization enabled after
> > On May 4, 6:10 am, Max <M...@xxxxxx> wrote:
> > > Hi, I have hardware virtualization enabled in my BIOS, and I'm running a
> > > Intel Core 2 Quad with Vista 32bit.
> > >
> > > Am I missing something? It just says my machine doesn't support it.
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > "It says" as in VPC 2007 settings? After you have enabled Hardware
> > Virtualization, have you turned off the power and restarted the
> > physical box (just restarting may not be sufficient)
> > Praveen
> a cold reboot so my processor (Core 2 6700) and Bios/motherboard (Intel
> DG695WH) do support it.
> However, each time I put my machine in sleep mode and resume it the next
> day VPC tells me that Hardware Virtualization is not avaiable. I have to
> do a cold reboot to get it back.
> I have updated my Bios to the most recent version of March 2008 but that
> did not help.
> Anyone got a solution for that?