I need help with enabling virtualisation

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Aryan159

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I have non genuine windows on my laptop and my laptop is also very old ( lenovo G580 ) . The problem i am facing is that i am unable to access bios settings which i need to enable virtualisation . ( yes my device supports virtualisation ) . I have tried it many ways , by constantly pressing f2 , f1 , Fn + f1 , fn + f2 and other ways . I have also disabled fast startup from battery settings . I have also tried to access it through settings < recovery < restart now < advanced options ...but the UEFI firware option is missing there. Please help.
 

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We do not provide technical assistance on devices that are running a pirated operating system. All we can suggest is that you make it genuine and then the other problem will likely no longer be an issue.

I moved this to the Windows 7 forum as I believe that's the operating system. To make it genuine you will have to reinstall Windows 7 with a valid license that you will have to purchase.
 

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No i have windows 10 . and Please try to understand that I am just a teenager and can't afford genuine windows currently. I talked to my parents about it and they said me to wait until next year as they will buy me a new laptop next year , But till then could you help in some way . That would be much appreciated.
 

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Did your system come with Win7 originally? You can still update Win7 to Win10.
 
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