Agenda: I am planning to run two Hyper-v at same time on my "All In One" desktop( dell xps 2720 i7 4770s, 16gb ram, windows 8 pro 64bit)
Recently I had a problem with my desktop and I have to reset my desktop, post reset I am trying to run two hyper-v at same time. I have added the "hyper-v" feature and also I enabled hyper-threading and visualization in the bios. Although both the mandate steps are enabled but still I can't run two hyper-v at same time. When I run the hyper-V's individually then it run perfectly. But if I try to run together then it throws me an error.
Previously before the reset I was able to run two hyper-v's. It seems to me that something has changed accidentally. Any suggestion would be appreciated.
Intel Hyper-Threading Technology - Enabled
Intel(R) SpeedStep Technoglogy - Enabled
Intel(R) Virtualization Technology - Enabled
CPU XD Support - Disabled
Limit CPUID Value - Enabled
Multi Core Support - Enabled
Intel(R) Turbo Boost Technology - Enabled
I am sorry for your issue.
I see the topic was duplicated here: https://communities.intel.com/thread/48438
However, as far as we know, the best practice is to run n number of guests in a single Hyper-V* instance. I would recommend checking with Microsoft*.