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Updating intel bios

If you have an Intel CPU and uninstalling Hyper-V didn’t solve your problem—or your virtualization app reported that Intel VT-x was disabled—you’ll need to access your computer’s BIOS or UEFI settings.

And there have been others reported in previous years.

As a result, twice in 2017 Intel has pushed out fixes to ME that OEMs have picked up and released for their systems, many of which are no longer supported or under warranty.

Instead, you’ll need to follow these instructions to access the UEFI firmware settings from the Windows advanced startup options.

Hold down the Shift key as you click Restart in Windows to reboot straight to that menu.

PCs made after Windows 8 came out may use UEFI instead, and the likelihood of using UEFI grows the more modern the PC.

On a BIOS-based system, you’ll access BIOS settings by restarting your PC and pressing the appropriate key right when it first boots.

These errors can pop up for a couple of different reasons.