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Tried to start my virtual machine on VirtualBox after a normal update on windows 10. But getting the issue

VT-x is not available (VERR_VMX_NO_VMX)

Before the update everything was working fine. Searching for the issue tells to enable virtualization in BIOS which I have checked is enabled.

Virtualization in BIOS

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Hyper-V in Control Panel

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Solutions I have tried

  1. Turning off Hyper-V with dism.exe /Online /Disable-Feature:Microsoft-Hyper-V-All following a reboot. but doesn't work.
  • @Biswa I have added the screenshot. Please check. – Nauman Zafar Sep 30 '17 at 13:38
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    Just Windows Defender – Nauman Zafar Sep 30 '17 at 13:52
  • @NaumanZafar May be you've to disable all the Hyper-V features. Put /all options in your dism command. Or disable all the Hyper-V features in Optional Features in control panel. – Biswapriyo Sep 30 '17 at 17:25
  • @Biswa Hyper-V is completely disabled from CP.. I have added the screenshot. – Nauman Zafar Oct 1 '17 at 6:36
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    I believe I must have confused. I flagged this as a duplicate due to the answer it recently received. Given this was asked in Sept 2017, Core Isolation is unlikely the culprit. When I see "answers" by extremely new users which I know are duplicates of an existing question's answer, I sometimes will flag the question, as a duplicate of the question with that answer. Instead of putting my foot in my mouth by submitting a comment. The flag was withdrawn. – Ramhound May 22 '18 at 16:58
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Windows 10 Core isolation memory might be activated. This is stealing VT-x !

To see if it is activated check this:

Check Windows Defender

If you have this activated, deactivate it by setting the following registry key to 0

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\DeviceGuard\Scenarios\HypervisorEnforcedCodeIntegrity\Enabled

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This was the reason for me "Windows 10 Core isolation memory might be activated. This is stealing VT-x"

I was messing around with my new surface pro 6 running win10 pro. Turned this off and my virtual box machines booted up just fine again.

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    Core Isolation is not a solution to the author’s question. See my comment, for the reason, it’s not possible for Core Isolation to be relevant to this question. – Ramhound Nov 6 '18 at 2:35

protected by Ramhound Nov 6 '18 at 2:36

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