During my hunt for more information on VT support within motherboards I found this link:
This gives a list of the chipsets and the motherboards which support VT. It also gives an expanation of VT and what are the prerequisites to get it working. Although it lists a number of boards I would suggest that you confirm it as I have a DG45ID (OEM) and I have not yet been able to verify why the VT option appears to be missing in the BIOS.
Did this link helped anybody?
HI I've just nought a PC with an nice Sandy Bridge i7 quad core
I'm trying to install a VMWare virtual machine guest with Ubuntu 10 64 bit support
under a Windows 7 host using VMWare Workstation 7.15
VMWare explains that I need to enable Intel-VT in my BIOS
I have looked at the BIOS settings and don't see an option like that offhand
could you tell me if my ASUS P8H67 is capable of VT support?
Is it possible that I need to update my BIOS?
I'm new at this so any help would be appreciated
I have been looking for weeks now for some list/specification on which Intel motherboards have support for VT-d. Iv found an unoficial list at some forum but I want got get the information directly from Intel. I have sent email to Intel and got the reply that "we do not offer interactive presales support." (for cosumer products). I have asked wendors but they dont know what Im talking about or refer to each motherboards specification on the Intel web site. I have looked at the specifications for motherboards and there is no information if it supports VT-d or not. Why is this so difficult?
Please mr Expert, do you know where to find this information?