Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
From Linux to check it's enabled;
egrep "vmx|svm" /proc/cpuinfo
In your case should be svm.

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Long story very short. I've had a run of bad motherboards and work issues along with and issues with the new type of BIOS...

Have an ASUS board and went into the bios and finally found the way to set virtualization on.

I now have VirtualBox running but I can't get the guest tools. The level of VBox and the tools do not match.

But I finally have it installed and running (actually have W10 running).