My computer doesn't support hardware virtualization. What can I do?
If I install any kind of software will it help or is there any solution available for this problem besides changing the processor?
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Do you know for sure that it's your processor that doesn't support hardware virtualization rather than it simply being disabled in your BIOS?
Unfortunately, if your processor doesn't support it, there are no alternative solutions for you other than changing the processor or buying/using a computer with a different processor.