Disable Virtualization in the Mesa 2

9 Aug 2022

The Mesa 2 processor does not support virtualization. If your custom OS requires virtualization, you must disable the VTX-2 on your Mesa 2 before you load your OS.

To turn off the VTX-2,

  1. Restart the Mesa 2. As it reboots hold down the Windows and power key to break into the BIOS.

Note: If you use an attached keyboard, holding the esc key produces the same results.

  1. When you are in the BIOS, select SCU.

  1. Select the Power tab.
  2. Navigate down to VTX-2 and press enter to change it to Disabled.