Category: Linux Terminal

Added: 11th of October 2019

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Oracle VirtualBox only displaying 32-bit version(s), when setting up new Virtual Machine on Linux

I recently ran in to an issue when setting up a new virtual machine in Oracle VirtualBox on Linux.
As I was setting up a new virtual machine, only 32-bit options of the operating system I selected where available, and not the 64-bit version.

To resolve this issue I rebooted my machine and accessed the BIOS.
Inside the bios I found an option labelled, Intel Virtualization Technology which I then enabled.



After rebooting and restarting VirtualBox, the (64-Bit) options where then available, allowing me to continue my installation.




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