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If neither of the above command produce output then it is likely these features are unavailable and that your hardware is unable to run Xen HVM guests. Whilst you can still run modified operating systems (such as Linux) as paravirtualized guests you will not be able to virtualize Windows using Xen. It is also possible that the host CPU supports one of these features, but that the functionality is disabled by default in the system BIOS. To verify this, access the host system’s BIOS configuration menu during the boot process and look for an option related to virtualization support. If such an option exists and is disabled, enable it, boot the system and repeat the above commands.
== Preparing to Install Windows ==

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