Unable to Install HAXM to my computer


I'm trying to install HAXM on Windows 8.1 and I am encountered the message that "This computer meets the requirements for HAXM, but Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x) is not turned on.".

Currently I am using ASUS zenbook ux305fa. I checked tat my PC have Intel Virtualisation Technology support, so I enabled the Intel Virtualisation Technology in system BIOS setup utility.I don't have Hyper-V installed on my system.

I tried to disable antivirus(Avast)., but It does not work.

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