How to fix BSOD VT-X Virtualization Run an Android Emulator on Windows 10

 How to fix BSOD VT-X Virtualization Run an Android Emulator on Windows 10

Intel Virtualization Technology is a technology that allows a processor to work like having multiple processors, each of which can run different operating systems and their programs simultaneously.

VT-x or Virtualization is a feature that is needed in running particular software. One of them is an android emulator.

How to activate it:

To find out if your computer supports the VT system, you can use the LeoMoon CPU V software. LeoMoon CPU-v can detect whether your computer supports Hardware Virtualization which supports 32-bit or 64-bit windows. This device also detects if Hardware Virtualization has been activated in BIOS mode.

If VT-x Supported produces a green tick, it means your computer supports VT-x Supported. But if the result is a red cross then your computer does not support VT mode. If the result is a green check in the VT-x Enabled column, then that means the VT mode is already active in your BIOS.

To activate VT mode. Usually entering the BIOS requires pressing certain keys when your computer restarts. The button can be anything depending on the brand of computer you have. When it enters BIOS mode, look for Virtualization, VT-x, Intel Virtual Technology or anything related to the word "Virtual" then enable or activate it. When finished saving, shut down your computer then turn it on again. Virtualization is now active

How to fix with Blue Screen or BSOD

After activating VT Mode. There are obstacles that arise and do not run smoothly. When running an android emulator, an error appears BSOD or Blue Screen on Death.

Method 1:

If you are using Windows 8 or Windows 10: there might be a mismatch between VT and Microsoft Hyper-V technology that results in the appearance of a Blue Screen on your computer. Then you need to deactivate Hyper-V in the following way: go to Control Panel-> Programs and Features-> Turn Windows features on or off-> uncheck the Hyper-V box.

Method 2:

If your VT has been activated in the BIOS, but the results from LeMoon still show a red cross in the VT-x Enabled section, chances are that your anti-virus software has blocked this function. For example on Avast, the way to handle this is:

1) Open Avast anti-virus >> Settings >> Troubleshooting

2) Uncheck Enable hardware-assisted virtualization, and then restart your computer.

Method 3:

On Windows 10: There may be protection from Windows security. The name of the feature is Core ISOLATION. Disable this feature by:

Go to Settings - Windows Security - Device Security - Core Isolation

Slide the scroll to deactivate.

The third way is the one that I recommend first. Hopefully your computer does not experience Blue Screen again.

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