Virtualbox cannot start the virtual device

I had some VMs running a few months ago, and also now I can"t get any Vm to boot up. Neither old ones nor freshly developed ones.I always gain the very same error:
This is my mechanism and what I tried:(I cannot article URLs because I am brand-new to the community)See the screenshots below:- I have Hyper-V disabled- Virtualization is supported on my CPU (and it is permitted in the BIOS/UEFI)- Core Isolation (home windows Defender/Security) is enabled, but Memory integrity is off:I have actually already disabled Norton Security, rebooted multiple times, allowed and disabled Hyper-V, unmounted classiccomputers.info 5 and also now set up classiccomputers.info 6.0.4. Nothing had functioned.What could I be doing wrong? Any suggestions?
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Re: Cannot begin any kind of VM

by socratis » 11. Feb 2019, 05:23


Please go thoabout with the FAQ: I have a 64little bit hold, but can"t install 64little bit guests. Remember that these are just guidelines, you need to use your judgement...And have the right to you please modify your message and attach the imperiods right here, locally?
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Re: Cannot begin any VM

by felixd » 11. Feb 2019, 23:53


I have check out the FAQ one more time, and also checked that I did everything. And I added the images. Thank you for the hint, I had actually overviewed it last time.I can now regulate to develop a new VM (Ubuntu 18.04 Deskoptimal iso), that sort of starts, yet then hangs. Old VMs cant"t be launched, although having the exact same config.
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Re: Cannot start any kind of VM

by socratis » 12. Feb 2019, 00:02


It appears that you have Hyper-V allowed. You deserve to tell from the condition bar wright here the "slow" icon shows:
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And no, I do not mean the "Hyper-V" checkbox that"s cleared. i intend a tiny bit additionally down the list, the "Windows Hypervisor Platform". Uncheck that and also try aobtain. If you are successful and also classiccomputers.info is running without Hyper-V permitted, then the typical virtualization icon would certainly show:
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Re: Cannot begin any type of VM

by BillG » 12. Feb 2019, 00:24


I would also disable Virtual Machine Platcreate if Hyervisor Platdevelop does not fix it. Wbelow did all those attributes come from? Are you running Enterprise?
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Weeehee!
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Disabling Virtual Machine Platform solved it! I could"ve sworn I had tested it without that one, yet later thought it was more than likely essential vor classiccomputers.info. Thanks a lot!
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