For Hyper-V to work, HAV (hardware-assisted virtualization) must be enabled in UEFI setup.
If you are not sure it is enabled, click Start and Power. Hold down the Shift key and click
Restart. When the computer reboots, click Troubleshoot, Advanced options, and UEFI
Firmware settings. The computer reboots again, this time into UEFI setup. Make sure
hardware-assisted virtualization is enabled. For the system shown in Figure 1-26, that is done
on the CPU Configuration screen. Also make sure that any subcategory items under HAV are
enabled. Save your changes, exit UEFI setup, and allow the system to restart to Windows.
Figure 1-26 Virtualization must be enabled in UEFI setup for Client
Hyper-V to work
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