I get this message when I try to open my old Win 11 image:
Virtualized AMD-V/RVI is not supported on this platform.
Continue without virtualized AMD-V/RVI?
and if I press yes I get error
Error while powering on: VMware Player does not support nested virtualization on this host.
Module 'HV' power on failed.
Failed to start the virtual machine.
I made sure hypervisior not installed and SVM enabled in the bios what else I can do ?
I found something new that worked for me.
After confirming that my BIOS processor virtualization setup was correctly enabled and tried "bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off" without effect in my machine, I found another info that solved my problem here.
"Disable Turn on virtualization Based Security"
Go to Local Group Policy Editor > Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Device Gaurd
Disable Turn On Virtualization Based Security.
I'm having exactly the same problem with VMware Workstation Player 16 and ESXi 7, unfortunately editing the "Turn on virtualisation based security" to disabled in the Local Group Policy as suggested by Breno_Andrade has not worked 😔
Any other suggestions appreciated.
Disabling Windows Subsystem for Linux from the Programs and Features > Turn Windows Features On or Off menu solved this for me.
Thank you. Removing the Linux Subsystem worked for me.
All above solutions didn't work for me (I use AMD Ryzen 5 2600 with Windows 10 Pro 22H2 and VMware Workstation Pro 17). But this action solved my problem:
Execute this command in windows command-line with Administrator privilege and reboot system:
bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off
It works for me to (I use Ryzen 7 4800H) Thank you so much.
Disabling Side channel mitigations for Hyper-V enabled hosts worked for me.
VM Settings -> Options -> Advanced
My System: Workstation 17 Pro on Windows 11 Pro with WSL on Ryzen 7 Pro.