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Can Intel's VT-x be virtualized?

My CPU doesn't support VT-x. Can this technology be virtualized? I mean in a guest machine. Like VMware Workstation or Oracle Virtual Box. Or do you have to buy a new CPU that supports it?
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How to enable VT-x on ASUS K53SV?

I'm trying to install Intel HAXM (Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager). However, during installation, I get an error saying that VT-x is not enabled. As you can see, the image below proves the ...
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Enabling VT-x on Intel Core i5 3450 with MSI B75A-G41 mainboard

I'm willing to enable the VT-X virtualization technology on my Intel Core i5 3450 CPU, however in the BIOS menu (I've the latest version: 17.8) of my MSI B75A-G41 mainboard, this option is greyed out ...
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Intel site says VT-x is supported on my CPU, but tests say otherwise

I have a laptop with an Intel 2nd Gen. i7-2729QM (http://ark.intel.com/products/50067/) and the Intel site says that it supports VT-x, but I've downloaded the Intel Processor Identification Utility ...
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1answer
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Does my motherboard support Intel VT-d? [duplicate]

I am trying to enable Intel VT on my machine. My processor is the i7-3610QM and it supports Intel VT-x, but I don't know if my motherboard (Clevo W150ER) supports Intel VT-d. How can I find out if ...
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How can I install OS X in a virtual machine without vt-x? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to run Mac OS X within Windows Virtual PC? Is it possible to run a Mac OS X installation on a virtual machine? I have a dell inspiron with Intel Core 2 Duo T6500 ...
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Do the Intel X79 Chipset and 2nd Generate Core i7 Processors support VT-d?

EDIT: I have an Intel DX79TO board tested working with VT-d passthrough to VMware ESXi5. I've used multiple Core i7 38xx processors, and they have all worked so far. I know that there were rumors ...
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How do you turn off Virtualization Technology (VT-x) on an Intel Core 2 Duo E6600?

I'm trying to turn off Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x) on my Intel Core 2 Duo E6600, and I've got an Asus P5N32-E SLI LGA 775 nForce 680i motherboard. I looked through all the bios settings ...