I'm trying to set up VDI across Windows Server 2012 VMs running on Hyper-V 2012.
The wizard's compatibility check for the Virtualization Host server failed with "Hardware-assisted virtualization is not present on the server".
I'm running an FX-8120 CPU and have the ASUS M5A97 motherboard.
I know I'm supposed to enable No-Execute (Hyper-V Hardware Considerations) but I cannot find that or any other synonyms of it in my motherboards UEFI BIOS (NX, XD, EVP, XN... nothing).
I found this:
which in short says "Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 requires that systems must have processors that support NX, and NX must be turned on for important security safeguards to function effectively and avoid potential security vulnerabilities."
this leads me to believe NX is on by default if I was able to get this far and install Hyper-V 2012 and Windows Server 2012..
Also I tried to disable AVX in cmd with "bcdedit /set xsavedisable 1". Did not resolve
My processor is Zambezi FX-8120 and also supports RVI/SLAT/other synonym:
processor: Newegg Processor FX-8120
What's going on here? I bought this CPU specifically after I had the same problems with an older AMD Athelon II and made sure to buy one with AMD-V and RVI.
EDIT: Here's a screenshot of my coreinfo output. It's strange that SVM option is available to set in my BIOS and yet coreinfo says it's not supported..