Please note that power cycle might not have been enough to actually change the setting on VT.
You need to actually unplug the power sometimes.
VT should be set to on.
Please see this document for more details:
Your hardware should run 64 bits guests just fine.
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Thanks for the reply will, I'll give that a try and see what happens, it's just super odd that when I turn it off VMworkstation 64bit will start to work and if I turn it off 64bit guest OS will not work.
Please post your vmware.log files for the two configurations (as attachments).
I my case, I had Hyper-V enabled. After removing Hyper-V role the vmware workstation did not show that warning.
Hi, were you able to solve the problem ? It suddenly happened the same to me. I already checked Hyper-V not installed. Also set "hypervisorlaunchtype Off". Already checked virtualization in BIOS is ON. Don't know more what to do. Thanks
I was able to get around this issue by deleting all VMs and removing the host-server from Hyper-V then disabling Hyper-V under Windows Features. After restarting my PC, all was good.