I'm using VMware Workstation and my Host OS is Windows 7 Home Premium.
I've installed Win 7 Ultimate as a guest os, it's working perfectly. Both are 64 bit.
I need to convert my old XP into a virtual machine (p2v). I've used disk2vhd to create the virtual hard drive, but VMware couldn't use that file. After some more researches I've read that I should first use Virtual PC to create the virtual machine and only then convert it with VMware workstation.
I know it's really weird to use virtualization software over already virtualized os but it's only for one time use and that's the only way I could use Virtual PC.
When I'm trying to use the Virtual PC I'm receiving the following message:
Windows Virtual PC cannot start because this computer does not support hardware-assisted virtualization.
How can I enable HAV in the guest os?