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Does core m3-6y30 support VT ?

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Hi ,
Does core m3-6y30 support virtual technology ?
Did anyone try to run vmware workstation or Esxi on this processors  ?
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What do you get if you type "m3-6y30" and "ark" into Google?
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No clear answer form Google .
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In answer to Andy :)
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thanks
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but you want to make sure it's enabled in your computer BIOS.
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