0 Replies Latest reply on May 26, 2012 3:08 AM by berserker

    Chipset without vt-d support, CPU with vt-d (virtualization) = Works or not?



      I have a question about Mobile Intel chipset specifically HM67 (laptop). In his description you write that does not support virtualization VT-x and VT-D (http://ark.intel.com/products/52809/Intel-BD82HM67-PCH). The processor that I have (i7-2760) both technologies supports, BIOS as well too. It is true that both technologies must fully support the CPU, chipset and BIOS or they will be completely useless? Or when that the chipset does not support it, is just the functionality of both technologies only limited, but still working? If true what are the limitations? Is possible to get with this configuration hardware virtualization even I/O (VGA) passthrough?