Hardware Virtualization

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Using windows 10 home Version 1903 on a HP notebook laptop

whenever i enable hardware virtualization from the BIOS settings. My system can't boot normally.

it goes into a auto repair mode that never actually works. 

But when i disable the virtualization, it boots normally. 

Anyone has an idea how to enable virtualization on windows 10?

pls note: enabling virtualization and booting into safe-mode with cmd or networking works fine.

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