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Has anyone successfully enabled Virtualization in the latest Phoenix BIOS (v2.8) for Lenovo Y650? I have tried the solution mentioned in this thread but it doesnt seem to work. The Intel Processor Utility confirmed that I have Virtualization.

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What exactly does make you think 'it doesnt seem to work'? – gertvdijk Sep 15 '12 at 13:45
    
@gertvdijk I dont see any option in the BIOS to enable virtualization plus when I run a virtual machine using Virtual Box it says VT-X not enabled. – Raihan Iqbal Sep 16 '12 at 3:52

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