Many times when you install an operating system in your virtual box, most people get an error – Unable to boot.
Today we are going to talk about the topic why this problem comes, how do you solve it step-by-step.
Unable to boot | ISSUE FIX
“This kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detects an i686 CPU, unable to boot“
“Unable to boot – please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU”
Step-by-Step|How to Solve Unable to boot in Virtual Box
When you select the version in the settings option of your virtual box, then you will not get the option of 64bit Debian.
Because of this, when the virtual box does not know the option according to your download operating system, then this error comes.
Step : 1 – Shut Down Your Computer.
Step : 2 – Then Turn On Your Computer and go Into Bios Option by press the bios key.
Step : 3 – Find the Virtualization Technology Option.
Step : 4 – Enable the Virtualization Option.
Step : 5 – Save and Exit.
Step : 6 – Turn on your Computer on your Operating System.
Step : 7 – Open Your Virtual Box and goto the setting.
Step : 8 – Then Select Version Option.
Step : 9 – When Your click on the Version Option then you can see many versions List.
Step : 10 – If you install Kali Linux then select Debian Option.
Step : 11 – Then Select your x64bit Kali Linux image.
Step : 12 – Now you can start your Virtual Operating System.
Finally!! Now you can see that Unable the boot error has been removed from your virtual machine.
Now you can easily use any operating system on your virtual box.
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