Windows 10: Enabling Hyper-V causes Windows 10 unable to boot

Discus and support Enabling Hyper-V causes Windows 10 unable to boot in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; I'm having issues enabling Hyper-V in the "Add Windows Features" option in the control panel. I was hoping to increase performance with Google's... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by irr3s0lute, Jul 22, 2019.

  1. Enabling Hyper-V causes Windows 10 unable to boot


    I'm having issues enabling Hyper-V in the "Add Windows Features" option in the control panel. I was hoping to increase performance with Google's Android Emulator for testing. Upon enabling Hyper-V, Windows applies changes and resets. Windows is then unable to boot after this. Previously I had thought it may have been conflicting drivers from Virtualbox. After the last attempt, I was unable to use system restore or boot into Safe Mode and had to clean install.

    I clean installed Windows 10 and installed windows updates and graphics / chipset drivers and tried to re-enable Hyper-V again. I also tried disabling "Fast Boot" in control panel at this time after reading it may cause issues when enabling Hyper-V. I ran into the same problem but thankfully was able to boot into safe mode and windows successfully rolled back the feature and then booted normally.



    I have the virtualization option enabled in BIOS. According to systeminfo, I have the requirements for Hyper-V AFAIK.

    systeminfo command reads as follows:

    • VM Monitor Mode Extensions: Yes
    • Virtualization Enabled in Firmware: Yes
    • Second Level Address Translation: Yes
    • Data Execution Prevention Available: Yes

    OS and Hardware:

    • Windows 10 Enterprise
    • MSI x470 Gaming Plus
    • Ryzen 3 2200g


    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Let me know if any additional information is required.

    :)
     
    irr3s0lute, Jul 22, 2019
    #1
  2. 'Mike P Win User

    How to enable Hyper V windows 10

    fwiw;

    Operating System Requirements

    The Hyper-V
    role can be enabled on these versions of Windows 10:

    • Windows 10 Enterprise
    • Windows 10 Professional
    • Windows 10 Education
    The Hyper-V role cannot be installed on:

    • Windows 10 Home
    • Windows 10 Mobile
    • Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise
     
    'Mike P, Jul 22, 2019
    #2
  3. BC_89 Win User
    Hyper-V, unable to enable in Windows Features

    Hey everyone,

    When I try to enable Hyper-V in Features and restart my laptop, I get a message before logon that says "Unable to complete changes. Undoing".

    When I open Features again after the restart, Hyper-V is not ticked, and I don't have the role installed.

    I have the following in System Information:

    Hyper-V - VM Monitor Mode Extensions - Yes

    Hyper-V - Second Level Address Translation Extensions - Yes

    Hyper-V - Virtualization Enabled in Firmware - Yes

    Hyper-V - Data Execution Protection - Yes

    I have no virtual network adapters installed, and all required options enabled in BIOS.

    I'm running Windows 10 Pro with all the latest updates and drivers installed.
     
    BC_89, Jul 22, 2019
    #3
  4. Enabling Hyper-V causes Windows 10 unable to boot

    How to enable Hyper V windows 10

    Hi Don,



    For us to enable Windows 10 Hyper – V, we will be needing to meet its system requirements. One of its requirements is the Operating System, the Hyper – V role can only be enabled on these versions of Windows 10:

    • Windows 10 Enterprise
    • Windows 10 Professional
    • Windows 10 Education


    Since you’re currently running Windows 10 Home, you have the option to upgrade your Windows version to Windows 10 Professional. To do so, open up
    Settings > Update and Security > Activation. Here you can visit the store and purchase an upgrade.

    For more information regarding this query, click here.



    Feel free to reach out to us for further concerns.
     
    Efraim Gar, Jul 22, 2019
    #4
Thema:

Enabling Hyper-V causes Windows 10 unable to boot

Loading...
  1. Enabling Hyper-V causes Windows 10 unable to boot - Similar Threads - Enabling Hyper causes

  2. Trouble enabling Hyper-V

    in Windows 10 Virtualization
    Trouble enabling Hyper-V: I have Virtualization Technology enabled in my bios, Windows Hypervisor Platform is enabled in Turn Windows features on and off, and when I type Hyper-V Manager in Windows Search the best match is Hyper-V Manager web results, so I went into Services and every Hyper-V related...
  3. Enabling Hyper-V causes IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

    in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware
    Enabling Hyper-V causes IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL: The very latest version of Windows 10 Pro and all updates as of 17th Oct 2018. Winver 1803 (OS Build 17134.345) Problem: Installing Hyper-V causes a BSOD at any random time. It doesn't need to be configured it doesn't need to have any VM running. Just installing Hyper-V...
  4. Its about Bluescreen caused by enabling Hyper-V feature.

    in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging
    Its about Bluescreen caused by enabling Hyper-V feature.: Yo guys, first I would like to say I'm so sorry if my English language was bad. As written on the subject, I have a problem with the Hyper-V feature, I have activated the feature because of the need for an Android emulator, before that the emulator worked fine, after I...
  5. Hyper-V, Windows XP, how to enable sound?

    in Windows 10 Virtualization
    Hyper-V, Windows XP, how to enable sound?: Hi, I just created a virtual machine with Windows XP. Now I'd like to get the sound working in the virtual machine. But I can't see how. Can anyone help, please? 30409
  6. Hyper-V installation causes boot failure

    in Windows 10 Virtualization
    Hyper-V installation causes boot failure: Hello all. James here. I'm trying to setup Hyper-V, using Kari's tutorial. After I select the modules, Windows installs them and asks for a reboot. I oblige and then the system loops. I have tried three times and have had to restore all three times. I have enabled Intel...
  7. Unable to disable Hyper-V (Windows 10)

    in Windows 10 Virtualization
    Unable to disable Hyper-V (Windows 10): Hyper-V was enabled while installing the Visual Studio Android emulator, which I no longer need. As it turns out, Hyper-V doesn't work well with Virtualbox (see #15268 (Virtualbox causes SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION on Win10) – Oracle VM VirtualBox) and must be removed....
  8. Hyper-V enabled but not accessible in Windows 10 Home?

    in Windows 10 Virtualization
    Hyper-V enabled but not accessible in Windows 10 Home?: I have Windows 10 Home - I double checked this under Settings > System > About. Under System Information, I can see that somehow I have Hyper-V (which I read wasn't a feature in Windows 10 Home) enabled. I'm trying to install a Kali VM but I can't disable these features...
  9. Windows 10 and Hyper-V

    in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade
    Windows 10 and Hyper-V: I tried to install the preview as a virtual machine and everything went fine until after a reboot following the download and installation of the updates. Both 8.1 & 10 locked up with a strange crackling noise through the speakers every few seconds. One good thing about a...
  10. Hyper-V - Native Boot VHD

    in Windows 10 Tutorials
    Hyper-V - Native Boot VHD: Great job Kari. *Smile 53256

Users found this page by searching for:

  1. Im unabled to boot since I add into hyper-v cluster