Acer Aspire 5560G AMD A6 does not support hardware virtualization

Acer Aspire 5560G AMD A6 does not support hardware virtualization. Think twice when you want to buy one. Do not of think you can enable from BIOS because there is no such option in BIOS at all.


Resolved the Acer 5560G Hardware Virtualization Issue

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5 Responses to Acer Aspire 5560G AMD A6 does not support hardware virtualization

  1. BobT says:

    Mr Chan,

    No doubt after some research you should already come to this conclusion, but below are my links for your reference.🙂

    All AMD APUs (Accelerated Processor Unit) does support AMD Virtualization tech (AMD-V, and RVI, which is similar to Intel’s VT). Link here :

    And only certain AMD processors with a Name (Athlon, Turion, Phenom etc) carries AMD-V support, link below :

    I believe the problem is Acer did not implement it in the BIOS, because the target model comes with Win7 Home Premium (not for business use). and Windows XP Mode is a downloadable add-on only for Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise only, so the clues are there.

    It is frustrating indeed when we buy a new notebook that cannot run all our old VMs, therefore making it worse that our old notebook. Hope your problem will be solvable. Send ACER an email !

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  3. martinvebber says:

    Hey everyone, I ask about why Acer Aspire 5560G AMD A6 does not support hardware virtualization?

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