According to http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=41493, my CPU does support VT. However I do not have the option in the BIOS.
According to all pages i've researched (including Intel site) DQ965GF does support VT as well.
What is wrong? I am completely confused.
Which bios version are you using?
I will check for more information later.
It should support VT as this is an AMT board.
By the way, have you tried the tool to check VT support for the CPU as well?
Thank you for the responses.
I upgraded the BIOS to 6100 last night. This made no difference.
I have used the CPU ID tool from VMWare (bootable ISO). This shows that I do not have 64-bit VMWare. It shows I have 64-bit Longmode.
Either way the BIOS does not show the 3 options below the XD option.
I have checked with one of my friend; in the older intel (r) desktop board like dq965gf, there was no settings in the bios to enable vt. It was already enabled by default since this is a requirement to pass vpro and this board is an amt board.
See below a screenshot for board dq965gf with bios 6088.
The previous screenshot was for dq45cb.
Thank you very much for your assistance on this.
I guess that should confirm it. I have done everything I can on this. I could only say that it boils down to the CPU. The next odd thing is that AMT works, surely this implies that VT is working. I can ping the IP I configured. I'm busy downloading Radmin to test official connectivity.
If I check /proc/cpuinfo from a Ubuntu live CD, I do not see VMX.
To help confirm Intel(R) Virtualization Technology is enabled and working, please, run the Intel(R) Processor Identification Utility:
Once you run it and have it open, go to the "CPU Technologies" tab; there, "Intel(R) Virtualization Technology" should be listed and indicated as active with the word "Yes" next to it.
Hope that helps!
Did you ever figure this out? I'm trying to do the same thing! Thanks
1. E6300 have 1.86 GHz frequency
2. I have DQ965GF(latest bios) + E6300 and i have that option in bios and can confirm it's working
but no RDM
had problems booting ESXi5 after clean install
solution to use MBR partition instead of GPT see more details here:
Everything else works fine!