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Discussion on: Switch Off Hyper-V on Boot in Windows

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Felux Alexander

Open 'System Configuration' from the start menu, go to the 'Boot' tab and you should see a selectable list with all of your current boot options. Select the "No Hyper-V" option then press 'Delete', and make sure to apply the changes. Next time you start up the system it should go straight into Windows without pausing at the bootloader.

If that didn't work, try do all the same things again but tick the box in 'System Configuration' which says "Make all boot settings permanent".