Hi my desktop PC is ProLiant ML 110 . and By default this PC doesn't support virtualisation in bios setup. I need to enable 64 bit system in virtual box , but VB only shows 32 bit. is there are any way to make it support or enable 64 bit Virtual Box.

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    if the hardware does not support it, then you can't Feb 15 '17 at 8:13
  • @PavlosTheodorou the product support of Intel shows that, so any means of over come this or any method to use 64 bit os in virtual box Feb 15 '17 at 9:03
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    in bios is there an option to enable vt ? if not , then you can't use x64. The app stracture is built this way. You can't just rebuild the app to work on x64 without vt Feb 15 '17 at 15:27

Check if the CPU supports VT-x virtualization:

lscpu | grep VT-x  

If the CPU supports VT-x virtualization you will see this result:

Virtualization:        VT-x

If it does not show this result and the computer doesn't support VT-x virtualization in the BIOS setup, you can't install a 64-bit guest OS in VirtualBox.

You can also check if your computer's CPU supports Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x) at the official Intel website by searching the web for ark <CPU-model>

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