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Cannot Start Virtulization on Hyper-V 2012R2 on HP DL-380p Server

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Hello Folks,

I Installed Hyper-V on Server 2012R2 (with GUI) and on the HP DL-380p server host and then enabled "No-Execute Memory Protection", "Intel Virtualization Technology", and tried enabling and disabling "Intel VT-d". I continually get the error message below when I try to power on any machine. Any idea what I am doing wrong?
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by:Manojkumar Rane
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Hi,

Make sure DEP and CPU virtualization is enabled in BIOS.  Run below command and reboot the server.

bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype Auto

Hope, it will work for you.
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by:JohnnyD74
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It is enabled. I will try your command this evening and see if it helps. Thanks!
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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I had this happen to me once and even when I set the bcd store entries
bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype Auto

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the only solution was an over install.
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Thanks David...so you installed Server 2012R2 fresh again?
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I think, no need to reinstall the OS. Just remove the Hyper-V role and install it again will resolve this issue.
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I tried the remove / restart / reinstall /restart and the only option that worked was boot into o/s intall operating system as an upgrade .. please try the other options first though
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by:Manojkumar Rane
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David,
You had this issue with fresh installation of Hyper-V or server which worked as hyper-v for long time?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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6 month to a year (my dev machine which has both Windows 8.1 and Server 2012R2 and was only with S2K12R2 and not Win8.1.. Had me stumped for a while
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Hi Folks,

The migration got put off until this weekends and I will update you after complete.

Thanks,

John
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Removing and re-installing the role worked. Thanks!
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