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  • #47260
    GroovyGwaGroovyGwa
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    When  I start duel links it freezes when downloading .

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  • #49499
    steilzsteilz
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    Give NOX more RAM and CPU in the settings

    #49500
    GroovyGwaGroovyGwa
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    steilz wrote:
    Give NOX more RAM and CPU in the settings

    I did 4000 RAM . What should I set the CPU ?

    #49501
    steilzsteilz
    Administrator

    more than 1

    #49505
    GroovyGwaGroovyGwa
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    For some reason it won’t allow me to activate [font=Verdana, Geneva, Tahoma, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Virtualization so I can only put 1 . Is it a way to fix that cause it’s still freezing?[/font]

    #49508
    GoofGoof
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    You need to enable virtualisation in your BIOS, Duel Links will not run on only 1 CPU core. Nearly every PC made in the last decade should have AMD-V or VT-x capability.

    #49513
    GroovyGwaGroovyGwa
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    Goof wrote:
    You need to enable virtualisation in your BIOS, Duel Links will not run on only 1 CPU core. Nearly every PC made in the last decade should have AMD-V or VT-x capability.

    I looked it up it says windows 10 home doesn’t have the capability but Ima find a way to get a another version

    #49517
    GoofGoof
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    It is NOT an OS specific feature. What you were looking at is likely Hyper-V, a technology that uses virtualisation capability of your system to run virtual machines.

    You need to look up information on how to enable ‘VT-x’ or ‘virtualization’ for your specific laptop/motherboard.

    #49511
    GroovyGwaGroovyGwa
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    Goof wrote:
    It is NOT an OS specific feature. What you were looking at is likely Hyper-V, a technology that uses virtualisation capability of your system to run virtual machines.

    You need to look up information on how to enable ‘VT-x’ or ‘virtualization’ for your specific laptop/motherboard.

    Virtualization is enabled but not detected I tried enabling virtualization through BIOS and it said it was enabled and everything seemed alright but when I checked on Speccy it said that it was supported but disabled .

    #49526
    GoofGoof
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    Check your antivirus for any ‘protection’ settings related to virtualisation and disable them. Some over-zealous programs like to get their nanny on and block VT-x…

    #49534
    GroovyGwaGroovyGwa
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    I disabled the setting on my Avast and it still didn’t work, so I deleted Avast and it still don’t work


    GroovyGwa wrote:
    I disabled the setting on my Avast and it still didn’t work, so I deleted Avast and it still don’t work

    I tried turning off hyper-v but it’s not even on my computer. I turned on VT-x on bios. Fixed the Avast settings. Uninstalled Avast and it still won’t work but my computer supports it .

    #49537
    GoofGoof
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    What’s your CPU and motherboard? Kinda sounds like there’s something strange going on with your setup… Are you on windows 10?

    #49539
    GroovyGwaGroovyGwa
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    What’s your CPU and motherboard? Kinda sounds like there’s something strange going on with your setup… Are you on windows 10?

    Yeah Windows 10 and I think the CPU was 2.15. I’ll have to wait until my computer come back on . It seem like it was something wrong with my laptop so I’m currently resetting my computer its going to take a few hours but Ima get back to you whenever I try the whole process over again.

    #49540
    GoofGoof
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    Download and install this tool: https://www.piriform.com/speccy/download It provides detailed info on the hardware in the PC.

    Once it’s loaded all the info, click File and select Publish Snapshot. Copy the link it provides and send it to me here or in a PM.

    #49546
    GroovyGwaGroovyGwa
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    Goof wrote:
    Download and install this tool: https://www.piriform.com/speccy/download It provides detailed info on the hardware in the PC.

    Once it’s loaded all the info, click File and select Publish Snapshot. Copy the link it provides and send it to me here or in a PM.

    It works now thanks for the help .

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