HAXM installation failure on Windows 7

I have an Intel i5-3570K @ 3.4GHz and an Asus P8Z77-V LK motherboard with 16GB of RAM. The Intel Processor Identification Utility reports:

Execute Disable Bit: Yes
Intel(R) Virtualization Technology: Yes

In the BIOS I have Intel Virtualization and Execute-Disable Bit Capability enabled and I am running the BIOS version 0403.

The message I am getting is:

Encode\Decode problem with YUV420Planar


i'm developing a Voip application on Samsung GT-P5200 (10'') and i've an issue with OMX.Intel.VideoDecoder.AVC and OMX.Intel.VideoEncoder.AVC (both h.264). When i send/recive a video from another GT-P5200 it's Ok, but when i send a video to another Tablet/Desktop , this is without any color (black/white only), and the same when i receive a video from another device. I see that OMX.Intel supports only YUV420SemiPlanar format color, but the other device wants YUV420Planar, ther's a way to use YUV420Planar on OMX.Intel or to do a conversione between SemiPlanar and Planar ?

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