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    iso not working on a VM

    i tried to install the fedora workstation live-x86_64-30-1.2 disc image into a VM and it was given the error that my cpu only supported i686 so i tried downloading the 32 bit version disc image and it would accept the file but it never opens the instillation gui in fedora. Any ideas?
    i have a i5-9400f

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    Re: iso not working on a VM

    I5 9400f is a 64bit cpu, it should not have resulted in that error.

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    Re: iso not working on a VM

    i tried to install the fedora workstation live-x86_64-30-1.2 disc image into a VM and it was given the error that my cpu only supported i686
    It would help greatly if you specified exactly what type of VM you were trying to create, Oracle VB or QEMU/KVM. This should have been the first thing you stated. It makes a huge difference as QEMU emulates processors and could have the wrong settings. Even though you have a 9th generation 64 bit processor QEMU could be trying to emulate i686. As it is no one can solve your problem without knowing what type of VM you are trying to create.
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    Re: iso not working on a VM

    check whether in boot virtualisation enabled

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