Fix Windows 11 Problems After Turning On Hyper V
Have you got problems after turning on Hyper V? Can’t you log into windows 11? Here are the things you can do to fix windows 11 problems after turning on Hyper V.
Hyper-V is a Microsoft’s built-in solution. It runs in virtual machines. It is useful if it is not as feature rich as other hypervisors. There is no need to install any third-party app for get better performance. But sometimes turning on Hyper-V causes problems.
Sometimes Windows 11’s lock screen fails to start. It is the most common problem you get after turning on the Hyper V. There are some reasons for it. If you wanna know them, keep reading. We will the reasons and how to fix this problem also.
Reasons for the turning on Hyper V causes problems in windows 11
There are many reasons to turning on Hyper V causes problems. Some of common reasons are given below.
- When Hyper V is active, A third-party application can prevent Windows 11 from starting.
- The Hyper-V system files can be missing or corrupted.
- It’s been a while since you updated Windows.
How to fix windows 11 problems after turning on Hyper V
If you cannot boot your desktop after turning on Hyper V, You need to use windows 11 repair tools for fix this issue. Sometimes you need to create a bootable Windows 11 installation media on a flash drive. Here are the things you should do. And also you might wanna use a different system for this operation.
1. Uninstall conflicting applications
IBM Trusteer Rapport is an application known to cause problems when virtualization is enabled. Trusteer Rapport is preferred by many to protect their system from financial malware and phishing attacks. But in here you have to uninstall it and let Windows 11 boot normally with Hyper-V is tirned on.
Following below steps you can uninstall the conflicting applications.
- Firstly insert Windows 11 bootable media to your computer. Next power on you system. To enter the BIOS setup screen, press the appropriate key. Normally appropriate key is F12. But it may be different from system to system.
- Now press Tab to access the advanced settings. Locate the virtualization setting and disable it. You can save the changes by pressing F10 key. Next restart your system.
3.Disable virtualization After the system has successfully booted to the desktop, next press the Win key and search for Control Panel.
4.Among the search results, click on the first search result. And then launch control panel. Look Programs and Features and find the Uninstall a program feature.
5.Then look for the IBM Trusteer Rapport application in the list of installed programs. Then right click on it.
6.Click on the Uninstall/Change option. UAC will appear and confirm your decision.
7.Click OK and then continue with the uninstall. Follow the instructions on the screen to completely remove the program from your system.
8.Reboot your system and press F12 or the equivalent key to enter BIOS setup. Then re-enable the virtualization settings. To save changes press F10 key.
9.Now reboot your system and it should boot to Windows 11 lock screen without any problem.
Tweak Startup Settings
Changing startup settings is to use the installation media. You need di disable an importing flag in BCD by using command prompt. This flag is known to cause a boot repair loop. After this step the system will boot without any problem.
These are the steps you need to follow to tweak the startup settings.
- Reboot your system and press the corresponding F key to display the boot menu. Launch the installation media and then click the Repair your computer option.
- Then, on the next page, select the Troubleshoot option. There will be Startup Settings option under Advanced Settings, and click it.
3.After your system restarts, press F5 to enter Safe Mode with Networking. Next press Win + R and launch the Run command box and type cmd.
4.Press Enter and type the following command at the command prompt window: BCDedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype Off.
5.Press Enter. Close the CMD window once the command has been executed successfully.
6.Then reboot the system to check if the boot repair loop issue still occurs.
3.Reverting to a previous system restore point
If above step didn’t work, you need to try for a system restore. This feature allows you to restore Windows to a point where it worked fine. If you wanna perform a system restore, your device must have one or more restore points.
Following below steps you can perform a system restore.
Turn on your system and press the corresponding F key to start opening the menu. Select the Windows 11 installation media and then press Enter.
In the Windows 11 setup window, click the Next button. Next click on the Repair your computer option.
Next select the Troubleshoot option. After click the System Restore icon on the Advanced Settings page.
4.The System Restore window will open. If your system has no existing restore points, you can see a warning message.
5.If your system have got an existing restore point, you can see a Next button below. Click on next button and select the most recent restore point from the list.
6.Next click the Scan for affected programs button. It checks and displays all the programs you lose when you perform a system restore. Click the Close button after reviewing the list.
7.Click the Next button. System Restore confirms your decision to go back to a restore point with your details. Click the Finish button. It will start the system restore.
8.Now You can see a warning message that the system restore cannot be interrupted. Click Yes button and continue.
9.You will see the computer restart automatically and then go back to a previous restore point.
10.After restart process, your system will be boot to Windows 11.
Perform a reinstall of Windows 11
The last thing you have to do is reinstall the windows 11. You may have important documents stored on the C drive. You may opt for the upgrade installation type and preserves your files and documents and replaces Windows files.
Follow the below steps and reinstall the windows 11.
- Turn on your system and press the corresponding F key to open the start menu. Next select the Windows 11 installation media and then press Enter.
- In the Windows 11 setup window, click the Next button. Then click the Install Now button.
3.If you have a product key enter it. If you don’t have one click the I don’t have a product key option. Select any of operating system version that you like. Such as Home, Pro, Enterprise and so on. Finally click the Next button.
4.Accept EULA option and click Next. To keep all your files, just choose the upgrade option. Next format drive C and select it to install Windows 11.
5. Just wait for the installation to complete. Your system will reboot several times. After that, follow the on-screen instructions and configure Windows settings. Now you can access your system and also old files.
Boot Windows 11 successfully
The main reason for a boot loop is a third party application. You can fix it using many methods. If that doesn’t help, changing the startup settings is usually enough. If it also didn’t work, the only options you have got are go for a system restore or a reinstall of Windows 11.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the host OS for Hyper-V?
To launch Hyper V, needs operating system Windows Server Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 11 (x64; Pro, Enterprise and Education versions). The needed predecessor is Windows Virtual PC. Beside these requirements it also needs CPU support for VM Monitor Mode Extension (VT-x on Intel CPU’s), and minimum of 4 GB memory. You will need to provide enough memory to handle the expected virtual workload. Specially when SAs virtual machines share memory with the Hyper-V host.
Does Hyper-V cost money?
You can download Hyper V in free. and also you can use it for free 64 bits version of windows 10 pro and without limitation on the CPUs, RAM or storage on the host. But hyper v’s management layer is provided with an extra charge. You can also buy Hyper V through five pricing editions from $24.95 to $199 prices.
How to enable Microsoft Hyper V?
Within a few easy steps, you can enable the Hyper V. Here are the steps. Firstly right click on the Windows button. Next select ‘Apps and Features’. Next choose Programs and Features on the right under related settings. Then select Turn Windows Features on or off. Finally select Hyper-V and then click OK. Within these few steps you would be able to enable Microsoft Hyper V.