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I read a text about kernel stable and I updated my kernel to 3.6.1. And I solved problems like WIFI and resolution but I cant solve kvm disabled by BIOS. Before update I didn't see this KVM : Disabled by bios Thanks for helps

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anybody ??????? – user84277 Nov 11 '12 at 8:16
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Have you considered looking into your BIOS settings? There is usually an "Intel VT" or "Virtualization" option that isn't enabled by default, even on many servers.

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Enabling virtualization in the bios got rid of this error message for me. – jeremiah Aug 11 '13 at 18:50

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