Yeah I disabled the USB in the BIOS and still get the issue. Weirdly, disabling it in the bios, two controllers still show under lspci but this time nothing under lsusb. [by Jimbwlah]
on 03/24/2010 – Made popular on 03/24/2010
I just disabled HPET in my BIOS and I was surprised at how noticeable the improvement was, particularly in CPU bound games like BL2 and BF4. The difference in smoothness was definitely palpable, especially since I had HPET enabled for so long.
I had known about HPET for a long time, but I still left it enabled in the BIOS because I knew it wasn't being used by the OS.
I red a text about kernel stable and I updated my kernel to 3.6.1 . And i solved problems like wifi and resolution but i cant solve kvm disabled by bios . after update i didnt see this "KVM : Disabled by bios" Thanks for helps
What CPU do you have?Yes, like every computer I have see had VT-x and VT-d disabled in BIOS by default. I really have no idea why they do that?Go into BIOS settings and look around. It will in be there somewhere.
Well thats cool that you got it working, ramamilu. So, other than we thought your PC also has that Optimus solution (intel onboard GPU) and your GT520. When you posted your lspci at the beginning you probably did not do a grep VGA, cause the intel should have been listed there also I guess (see Rellibiox lspci as an example).
My brother's netbook no longer wants to connect to wireless. I helped him install Ubuntu a few weeks ago, and the wireless worked perfectly for a while. After he tried to reset something (he doesn't remember what exactly he did), all references to the wireless card disappeared in Ubuntu.
I looked in BIOS, which said that the wireless card was disabled.
When i boot up Ubuntu 13.10, before the ubuntu splash screen, this message appears like 5 times:
kvm: disabled by bios.
No idea what this is. I reinstalled ubuntu 13.10 (upgraded from 13.04) lately, which did not have this message on boot.
I have tried doing a clean install again, and the problem still presists.