when I try to start a hyper VM this is the error I am getting

Ok here are some backgorounds. 1) the hyper V machines reside on the 0n a windows 2008 core.
I restored the OS on the core server and when I did that in the services on the core it says both the hyper V manager and the VM mamagement are running.
So i do not know on core 2008 how to get to these services to open up and maybee reattach or something like that here
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explorer648Asked:
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brwwigginsIT ManagerCommented:
Read this article (http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/hyper-v-troubleshooting-event-id-3112-the-virtual-machine-could-not-be-started-because-the-hypervisor-is-not-running.aspx)

Skip the BIOS portion and focus on verifying that hypervisor is set to start in the boot configuration data (BCD) store.
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explorer648Author Commented:
added I did check the BIOS settings. They were working before and I did not change them.
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noxchoGlobal Support CoordinatorCommented:
Does it mean that same hardware you are getting error on now could run the Hyper-V without problems before?
Such error could occur when you processor does not support Intel Virtualization Technology.
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explorer648Author Commented:
yes that is exactly what I mean. It was running before the restore now after the restore it does not work
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noxchoGlobal Support CoordinatorCommented:
Have you tried then to check if in BIOS hardware virtualization has been enabled?
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explorer648Author Commented:
NO it is not the BIOS as it was running before and I checked all the settings.
please move on from the bios it is not the issue please move on
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noxchoGlobal Support CoordinatorCommented:
According to info I gathered in internet the error message you get indicates that hardware virtualization is disabled or not supported. Sometimes BIOS changes the settings by default.
I would try to load default settings for BIOS and then manually re-enable hardware virtualization.
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explorer648Author Commented:
It is not the BIOS I can gaurentee you please go somewhre else with your troubele shooting
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explorer648Author Commented:
I need everyone to not focus on the BIOS.. I can tell you that it is not the problem
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bgoeringCommented:
Take a look at http://www.computers.nepalesemap.com/index.php?topic=1554.0

Maybe your restored OS has hibernation / sleep enabled and that isn't allowed with hyperv
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explorer648Author Commented:
Nope that is not it either checked that thing first
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bgoeringCommented:
When you install the hyper-v role it makes a number of changes. You might try removing then re-installing the role to be sure everything is configured properly
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explorer648Author Commented:
I did that alreeady.
I guess what I need is someone who has experience with Hyper v and more than BIOS settings
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explorer648Author Commented:
Ohhhh my you win. That was it. I would like to know why everyone was so hooked on bios. I had to run an edit line for the bcd it went something like this
Bcdedit {current} hyperviserautostart true
Thank you for the right comment
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explorer648Author Commented:
Great had all answers
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