It looks like Intel has a bit of a difference of opinion with itself,
from the 3 pages I looked at, one said it had the right hardware, and
two didn't mention it.
I'm pretty sure it doesn't have VT, or "Intel® Virtualization
Technology". You should have another BIOS setting for VT that you
need to turn on if it really is there.
On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 16:58:19 -0800, "Guerre" <guerre@xxxxxx>
>My new Dell Vostro 200 with an Intel E2200 processor won't run Hyper-V. I
>installed 64 bit Server 2008 Enterprise and tried to add the Hyper-V role
>but I got the canned error message about DEP and XD. I verified from the
>Intel website that the E2200 has all the necessary capabilities and checked
>that XD is enabled in the bios, but it doesn't work. My question is how do
>I get at the diagnostic information which will tell me specifically what the
>Hyper-V installer doesn't like? Obviously a Vostro 200 is a entry-level
>system but with 2gig of RAM and an E2200 it ought to work well enough for me
>to use it for training purposes. I tried googling for answers and couldn't
>find much.... Much appreciation if anybody can point me the right way!