Docker Toolbox for Windows
- Docker Toolbox for Windowsrequiresthat your development system's CPU include support for the full range of hardware virtualization available in most modern mobile, desktop and server CPUs. On an Intel processor this means your CPU supportsVT-x,VT-dandVT-x with EPT(all three virtualization features must be supported). You can determine if your Intel CPU supports these features by visiting ark.intel.com and searching for the processor in your development system. On AMD* processors the necessary virtualization features are known generally asAMD-V.
- Some systems disable the CPU virtualization features in the BIOS, which prevents the OS from detecting and making use of virtualization features. To determine if virtualization is enabled on your Windows system, see this Docker Toolbox for Windows virtualization check (the Windows 8.x virtualization check also applies to Windows 10 systems). Also, confirm that virtualization has been enabled in your system's BIOS. The process used to enable virtualization in a BIOS varies widely, as does the name of the feature(s) in the BIOS setup menus. This AMIDuOS* knowledgebase article provides some help with this issue.