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I just figured out that my processor is more awesome than I thought it would be.

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And here's the motherboard and CPU details:

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My only problem now, before I start to rock: how to enable those awesome features that are disabled?

As you can see above I have an ASRock motherboard.

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The E5200 does not support hardware virtualization. It does support DEP though. You'll need to install Windows 7 x64 if you want to be able to use 64-bit software.

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yup, I saw that its contradicting with what securable is saying. So my processor does not support hw virtualization after all. how sad:( – soul Jul 28 '10 at 2:15

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