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ML370 G6 support hyper-v technology ?

dear all
 i bought 12 server model HP Proliant ML370 G6 , it is mentioned
in product data sheet that it is support hyper-v technology
but when i installed windows 2008 hyper-v R2 OS i got some
problems so i am afraid if this server model does not supprt
hyper-v technology could you please advice ?
best regards
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ashraf2002
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ashraf2002
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barryhiggins3Commented:
I can't think of anything obvious that would prevent it from working.

Did you receive any error messages?
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ashraf2002Author Commented:
OK
is there any document or PDF file explain how to install and enable hyper-v technology on windows 2008
hyper-v server ?
best regards
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rjunaid79Commented:
Depends on your Processor, you can check from bios, you mention you have problem while installing windows 2008 R2 or hyper role installation?

paste the error/problem
HP-ProLiant-DL370-ML370-G6-ENG.pdf
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ashraf2002Author Commented:
i have processor model Intel Xeon E5540 is it support hyper-v technology without any problem ?
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Syed Mutahir AliTechnology ConsultantCommented:
http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=37104

The processor supports Hyper-v

But you would have to enable a few extensions in the BIOS to get it working

Intel Virtualization technology or it might say "Intel VT" or "Hardware Virtualization"

Execute disable Bit

Once you have added then you would restart your server and add the role from within Ms Windows 2008 Server Manager.
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ashraf2002Author Commented:
dear sir
could you please explain the steps in more details ?
best regards
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TheMakCommented:
You need to enable Intel Virtualization technology or it might say "Intel VT" or "Hardware Virtualization" in bios to get it working.
Try to find this in your bios setting and enable it.
 
Regards,


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TheMakCommented:
Step by step guide How do I enable Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel VT)
http://www.hyperspace.com/hyperspace/docs/userguides/vt-enable.pdf
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