I figured this out:
Oracle VM VirtualBox
Something to extract files from floppy disk images
Rufus (or something to write FreeDOS on a USB stick)
PowerISO (or something similar)
1. Download the Bootable Version of the bootable Intel Processor ID Utility.
2. Open DOSBox. Mount the directory where the Utility is with 'mount C /path/to/file'. Then type 'C:'. Then execute the program.
3. Put the extracted files in an ISO file with PowerISO.
4. Now, get a blank MS-DOS formatted 1.44 MB floppy image. I downloaded this: http://www.rmprepusb.com/tutorials/winimage/BLANK_FLOPPY144.zip?attredirects=0
5. Download FreeDOS, install it in VirtualBox and mount both the ISO file with the extracted files and the blank floppy image. Go to the ISO file (usually E:), execute setup.bat and follow the instructions.
6. Extract BPROCIDE.COM from the floppy image.
7. Open Rufus, and create a bootable USB with FreeDOS.
8. Copy BPROCIDE.COM to USB's LOCALE folder.
9. Boot from the USB stick.
10. cd into LOCALE, and execute BPROCIDE.COM
And if you're really lazy, just start from step 7 and use the file attached. (Intel Processor ID Utility version 4.40)
BPROCIDE.COM.zip 84.2 K
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Hi there ,
The Hardware-assisted virtualization (HAV) detection tool checks if the computer processor supports HAV and if this setting is enabled.
Microsoft Windows Virtual PC and Microsoft Windows XP Mode within Windows 7 requires processors capable of hardware-assisted virtualization with AMD-V, Intel VT or VIA VT turned on in the BIOS.
Microsoft's HAV detection tool helps you check if the computer processor supports hardware virtualization. And the tool also checks to see if this feature is enabled on the processor.
You can download the Microsoft Hardware-Assisted Virtualization Detection Tool, here.
You can also try these tools: