On 2014-10-22 11:25, Zrubi wrote:
>> qubes-hcl-report dom0
>> shows that -
>> VT-x: Active
>> VT-d: Not Active
> Yo can double check these results by issuing this command in a dom0
> xl info |grep virt_caps
> xl dmesg |grep -i "HVM: \(VMX\|SVM\)"
> xl dmesg |grep -i "I/O virtualisation"
> If you still see that no VT-d is active, but it should be according to
> your BIOS settings: means that your BIOS (and/or your device) is buggy.
Tried that bash script and still no VT-x.
HCL is attached.
Says its got a L9400 Processor
Listed as a SL9400 on the model specifications on the Lenovo support
website when searching by the model
Intel Ark shows
That page says it supports VT-x, but interestingly doesnt mention VT-d
(where as the pages on Intel ARC for the i5 and i7 (but not the Celeron)
processors fitted to the later Thinkpad X201 tablets show they do have
VT-d and VT-x. That makes things a bit confusing considering my results
- something is not listed correctly?
I was looking at http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/Category:X200_Tablet
for lists of
Looks like its may have a GM45 chipset.
On the Lenovo website listing the drivers for the model shows a'Intel
GM45 Display Driver' and the graphics is integrated in this chipset
thinkwiki only mentions 'Intel GM45' under the X200 tablet catagories
shows it which supports VT-d
I did find an add for a X200 tablet that said it had a G965 chipset. Not
sure what model that was (or if they were correct?)
Still not 100% certain which chipset mine has but thinking its more than
likely GM45. Anyway I can find out for sure?
thinkwiki only mentiona 'Intel QM57' under the X201 tablet catagories
which is listed on Intel ARK as being VT-x compatible.
So I guess that tells a story that might help some others who are
looking at Lenovos. All though its all a bit confusing still too.
Also I'm guessing as a rule of thumb, if its got VT-x it will have VT-d