CPU VT (VT-x)/Intel VT-x Supported in Samsung Laptop - Virtualization Enabled in BIOS/Firmware

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BIOS Configuration SysInfo shows CPU VT (VT-x) Supported which mean Virtualization is Enabled in Firmware. That is your Laptop supports Virtualization Technology. CPU VT (VT-x) can be referred as Intel VT-x.Note: Laptop must support virtualization technology to install Virtual software like VMWare, Virtualbox and Hyper-V.

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