I just reformated today an existing HP Proliant ML350 G5 equipped with a quad-core Xeon CPU and 10 GB RAM with Windows 2008 R2 Standard Edition.
I also updated the BIOS to the latest version (D21) and activated the Vistualization Assist Technology in the BIOS of the machine.
Then I installed Hyper-V from the Server Manager console.
Unfortunately, the test virtual machine I created refused to start with a message that the Virtual Assist Technology is not enabled in the BIOS. However, it is.
Has anyone had any issues on this model of server with Hyper-V? On the HP website, this server is listed as compatible with Hyper-V.
Am I missing a patch or something like this?
I was counting on that server to act as a VM backup machine for the new G6 In installed recently (which runs very well with Hyper-V). Note: I had to apply a Microsoft hotfix on my G6 because Hyper-V was causing BSODs every day or so.
Thanks in advance.