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Jan 21,  · Enable Nested Virtualization in Avast Avast is known for blocking websites, programs and processes to keep any malicious attacks from outside. However, by doing this, it interrupts the Virtual box and produces errors. But users can change this setting by allowing nested virtualization. Mar 20,  · When Avast 17 is installed (i have only File Shield selected) my virtual machines in VirtualBox start to behave weirdly, i can’t launch apps in them (apps crashing). When i remove Avast, it is back to normal. Disabling Avast doesn’t help. Excluding VirtualBox doesn’t help. Only uninstalling it. Can’t believe this is happening. Jul 17,  · Yesterday i updated my avast program to (build ). (windows 7) After a couple hours i started the lastest version of virtualbox. Next i tried running an existing virtual machine. I started up fine but after a few minutes both of my monitors got scrambled images and my pc speakers beeps constantly.

 

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May 28,  · Have a quick question on how to set up Anitvirus scanning on Guest. My system – Win7 bit host and Win7 bit guest. I have Avast running on host and have disabled scanning for File System – VB folder on hard drive and Web Scanning – virtualbox processes. Have also added the VB folder location in Global Exclusions in Avast. Mar 20,  · When Avast 17 is installed (i have only File Shield selected) my virtual machines in VirtualBox start to behave weirdly, i can’t launch apps in them (apps crashing). When i remove Avast, it is back to normal. Disabling Avast doesn’t help. Excluding VirtualBox doesn’t help. Only uninstalling it. Can’t believe this is happening. Jan 21,  · Enable Nested Virtualization in Avast Avast is known for blocking websites, programs and processes to keep any malicious attacks from outside. However, by doing this, it interrupts the Virtual box and produces errors. But users can change this setting by allowing nested virtualization.
 
 
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Avast BLOCKS Hardware-Assisted Virtualization !!! Yes it does !!!

Avast community forum. Home Help Search Login Register. S , Martin Perinaj , ClayL , mickey. Pages: [ 1 ] 2 Go Down. Author Topic: How to disable “Enable hardware-assisted virtualization” Read times. Hi, many devices are reporting heavy problems with virtual machines since the last week.

Exactly I followed these instructions: Go to “Settings” – “Troubleshooting” – remove checkmark at “Enable hardware-assisted virtualization” – reboot PC However, even if I uncheck the flag “Enable hardware-assisted virtualization” on a client machine after a little the Avast client synchronizes itself to the cloud server.

How can I set this flag by using the cloud console? I don’t see any option to disable “Enable hardware-assisted virtualization” from the cloud console. I am in touch with the support with no success for now, and we have dozens of laptops with this issue.

Thanks to everyone!! Member Posts: Hi matteo, we will add the ability to change the “Enable hardware-assisted virtualization” setting remotely into next version. Meanwhile we are working on micro-update which should fix the root cause. Quote from: misak on March 09, , PM. John Newbie Posts: Has the micro update been released yet that fixes these virtualization problems? We are on build I just applied manually the micro update on some PCs but they are facing the same issues.

So, I’m trying to disable the “Enable hardware-assisted virtualization” feature by using the remote console. In the meanwhile on some PCs we needed to remove totally Avast in order to allow to users to work by using the local virtual machines.

I am also in touch with the Avast support, and they suggested me these instructions: Quote. Thanks for sharing that. I tried the instructions from Avast support and that did not work. Disabling the “Enable hardware-assisted virtualization” setting did not work either. Like you, the only we we can run virtual machines is to uninstall Avast. It is frustrating that Avast can’t get this fixed.

Quote from: John on March 16, , PM. I just updated to the latest micro update, 64,and it did not fix the virtual machine problem. Quote from: John on March 17, , PM. Neptune2 Newbie Posts: We are having the same issue. Micro-update has not solved it. Disabling Enable hardware-assisted virtualization from the settings template in the console does nothing as the client continues to have the box ticked. After reboots and waiting days not hours We cannot run VM’s and Avast at the same time.

No solution after all these weeks?? We continue to have this issue. I opened a support ticket 1 week ago, and still have not received any update on when this will be fixed. We are seriously considering moving on to a different endpoint protection vendor. Any updates on this problem getting resolved or even being worked on?

It’s now been over a month and a half and still no answers. GFM Sr. I’m curious to know what version of VirtualBox you have running? I have 5. The hardware is different and thought it was something to do with that until I read this thread. I haven’t tried turning off Avast hardware assisted VM yet but might give it a try or go back to 5. Perhaps this is also an option for you? Kaufman Jr. This is Horrible Maybe Avast is trying to improve their AV but this feature has come short and they really need to revisit this.

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