How do I enable windows Hyper-V?

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I run the Windows 10 Pro Edition (Version 22H2) on my desktop PC. Although hardware capability is present (x64-bitsystem) and configured the BIOS (Intel VMX), enabling Hyper-V through PowerShell (as admin) or the windows-integrated-feature-manager is not possible after following instructions given on Microsofts thread on the topic. Certain functions and cmdlets aren't recognized by PowerShell hence, Hyper-V isn't working. It also keeps disabling itself in a unpredictable fashion, therefore being obligated to enable it multiple times with every session trying to set up a hypervisor. NO third-party programms are installed that could conflict.

I would be very grateful if someone could help me troubleshoot it.

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  1. Anonymous

    You can also try adding the feature via Control Panel. It's also possible windows is somehow broken. Usually the simplest / quickest solution here is to clean install it, patch fully, add the feature and move on.

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