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As you mentioned, the processor supports VT-x and VT-d but it is also important to confirm the motherboard supports both features.
Based on the motherboard User Guide, it supports VT-d only. Here you can check the information:
This is the reason why you are getting the error message but you should not have any problem using VT-d.
Thanks for your answer.
I was trying to build an android environment, then when I try to start the emulator, I get an error.
In a research I've found that maybe I need VT-x to run the emulator.
So my pc is not compatible .. ..
If you are trying to create a virtual machine just with VT-d should work fine. I would recommend you using different software.