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the virtual machine could nort be started because the hypervisor is not running

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hi,

Trying to create new virtual machine and when you turn on the machine i get above message  

Please help
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ID: 36539253
Can we check the Event Logs on the 2008 R2 Server, System, Application for any relevant errors?

Does your Physical Server have Intel-VT enabled and running in the BIOS?

What is the server, what is the processor?

Can run the following application, and screenshot the output

http://www.grc.com/securable.htm
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by:jitendramehta
ID: 36539293
anser to your first comment is Intel duo CPU /e8500 @ 3.16 ghz
maximum bit length 64

hardware DEP yes

hardware virtulation yes
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ID: 36539300
Ok, anything in the event logs?
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by:jitendramehta
ID: 36539312
how can i access event log?
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ID: 36539326
type eventvwr in the search bar
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by:jitendramehta
ID: 36539334
when i try to access event log from my windows 7 pc to my hyperv server it gives me error RPC server is not avaliable
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ID: 36539350
ah! okay!

so you are trying to start the VM remotely and not on the server?

Does you server have a GUI Console?

Did you run Secureable on the server?

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by:jitendramehta
ID: 36539358
i am connected to server windows 2008 hyper v server suing remote desktop connection

server does not have gui

i was able to run securable on server
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ID: 36539369
So you are using Remote Hyper-V tools on Windows 7 to start a VM?

So you are using?

Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 with Service Pack 1 (SP1)

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/dd776191.aspx
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ID: 36539373
Are you in a Workgroup or Domain?
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by:jitendramehta
ID: 36539390
how will i check for sp1 is installed or not

yes server is in domain

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ID: 36539420
is workstation in the domain?

It does not matter whether sp1, it's whether you are using Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 2000 total points
ID: 36539427
Okay, you've got a few things to do:-

1. On the Server, enter eventvwr in search box, check event logs.

2. check articles above, see if any items are relevant.

3. follow this article by Paul, to execute the script

4. Run the commands listed for the client side of HVRemote on John Howard's website.
http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/HVRemote

It's alot to do.
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