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    Clevo P370SM3

    Hey, was just wondering if there were any ideas, or if this thread is dead .
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    Clevo P370SM3

    I am using windows 7 ultimate
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    Clevo P370SM3

    Hey, Prema! First off, just wanted to say I think it's awesome what you're doing by making these BIOS mods and giving them to the community ! It's really impressive, to say the least. So, VT-d actually does appear to work in the core logic, but VT-x for virtualization is what isn't working. The option shows up in your BIOS, which I have enabled, but it doesn't do anything in Windows. So, not to say that your BIOS isn't a /massive/ step up from Clevo/Sager's complete piece of ****, (I love all the features you have in Prema Mod), but I"m just wondering if you've seen this issue before, or if you have any tips. I assembled a custom BIOS based off Clevo's stock (symcmos dumped and disassembled theirs), except I attempted to permanently set Vt-x to enable. I'm wondering what methodology you've used, or if there might be something interesting about this particular laptop model. Basically, I looked at --> http://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/manuals/64-ia-32-architectures-software-developer-vol-3c-part-3-manual.pdf, and it appears as though IA32_VMX_PROCBASED_CTLS2 MSR (register 48BH) bit 63 needs to be set to 1, although I compiled and flashed this, and it still didn't work for me T.T, although at least I didn't brick anything. So, I flashed your mod back on this machine, because it's way superior to Clevo's stock, but yea just wondering if you have more insight into getting VT-x enabled. Thank again for providing this mod to the community =)
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    Clevo P370SM3

    Hey, everyone! I'm new to this forum -- I have a Clevo P370SM3 with a 4800MQ proc. Microsoft & hwinfo indicate that this processor supports VT-x. Even though it shows up as enabled in hwinfo, VT-x is listed as Not Supported in the latest version of Clevo firmware. HAV also indicates that VT-x isn't working. I have thus flashed prema mod onto my machine, and was excited to be able to enable VT-x. I'm still having the same problem. I set virtualization to enabled (enable VT-x and VT-d) within the Prema mod bios, yet it's still listed as BIOS Not Supported within hwinfo, and HAV indicates it's still disabled. Any advice? Thanks, everyone ))

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