HOW TO SOLVE This Error Unable to boot?
Sometimes we try to install or boot Linux Operating systems in our VirtualBox or VMware machine. But we also face some difficulties such as this error. This is the most common error if you are new in this field. The most common virtual machines run on 32-Bits architecture. But we try to install a 64-bits Operating system in a virtual box. Due to these reasons we need to enable some features for the virtual machine. You can see some error’s list, these all are the same errors and they have only one solution to fix that. How to solve This Error Unable to boot
ERROR REGARDING: How to Solve This Error Unable to boot: Kernel requires a x86-64 CPU, but only detected an i686 CPU.
1. This kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detects an i686 CPU, unable to boot.
2. Unable to boot – please operate a kernel suitable for your CPU.
3. How we can resolve this problem? If no 64 bit option is available/show in VB(virtualbox).
Especially the error show when we install or try to boot linux in VIRTUAL MACHINE.
To fix this problem you need to see in your BIOS setting for this feature called “Intel Virtualization Technology, and AMD V” for those respective boards. We needs to be enabled this feature according to your motherboard or chipset.
Where can you enable it from?
The first Step : Shut down your computer or PC and turn on it again.
Now in Step second: Now Press F11 or F10 for entering in the BIOS.
In Step third: Find Virtualization Technology which is disabled by default, you need to enable it.
Finally in Step fourth: After all now try again to boot your linux in VMware or Virtual Box.
IF YOU CAN’T UNDERSTAND UPPER PROCESS PLEASE FOLLOW THIS VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS AND STEPS.
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