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XD not supported. HAXM cannot be Installed

Dear Intel Support,

Good day :)

I was really excited to know that intel provides hardware accelerator for emulating android apps. But, when I try to install it on my computer (Windows7 - 64bit) I get following pop-up error.

"This computer does not support Intel Executable Disable Bit (XD) or it is disable in the BIOS. HAXM cannot be installed."

I tried following command at command line and rebooted and then tried re-installing but it failed again.

bcdedit /set nx AlwaysOn

Please find my PC config and pop-up error in the attachment. 

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