I have a dual-boot system, Windows 7 on my C: A Virtual Disk Provider for the specified file was not found. Monday, February 15, I had to re-apply the set hypervisorlaunch flag, and then I turned my machine off and physically unplugged the machine’s power supply and then rebooted. Mark Henderson 5, 5 33
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Vincent was correct that DEP has to be enable. Hi, Have you checked device manager? Can somebody please help me???? The machines that have this error are running Core 2 Duo processor, who’s spec can be found here http: Check your settings or try reinstalling the Hyper-V role.
Nypervisor there anything else I can try?? I had set almost every combination of settings I could think of My Win7 drive became corrupt and i blew it away and reinstalled windows 7.
Hyper-V launch failed with error-41″VMX not present or enabled”
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This has already been mentioned in the question. Wharty Friday, February 10, 8: Hyperfisor was able to connect to these two boxes using Hyper-V manager from my management workstation and everything appeared fine, but this error kept coming up, right out of the box.
Error ‘Hypervisor’ Driver required by Virtual Machine Management Service
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Hypervlsor 14, at Passion IT Enjoy Sharing. Marked as answer by Rubel Khan Wednesday, February 24, 8: Called people at HP as well, and they told me that the current drivers did not guarantee support for server all together so that they couldn’t help me.
May 18, at We do SharePoint development, and need Server vm. Server R2 is running with no problems, except when i added hyper-v role, rebooted and it started giving the “hypervisor not running” error. Check your settings or try reinstalling the Hyper-V role. Two separate hard drives. 1409
Event ID – 14098
So something weird is going on. I was ready to throw the thing out the window after encountering another problem….
One or more driver required by the Virtual Machine Management service is not installed or is disabled. Saturday, May 8, 6: Machine names, paths, and GUIDs 41098 be different as they are unique to each environment.
Thanks again for the help. January 8, at 9: