Quick Fix to Windows 8 Stuck at Boot Screen after Setting up Hyper-V

Virtualization is a virtual version of an IT environment, usually used to test software because not all the time the particular software will face the environment variables that are created out of exceptions. Therefore, it is needed to be tested so as to not give errors when such a thing occurs in real scenarios. It adds another layer between the hardware and software for efficient management and distribution of the Virtual Machines.

{Compatible with Windows 8, 7, XP, ME, Vista, 98, 2000 (32/64)
File Size: 4.9MB Download Time: <(dsl, 2sec, dialup 2min)>}

Hyper-V is has since its launch been a Microsoft’s Windows Server’s feature. In this environment the user tests the server’s codes and quotients and see how they would perform in the real world, which itself is another virtual reality. It’s also available as a separate product called Microsoft Hyper-V Server. Basically, Microsoft Hyper-V Server is a standalone and shortened version of Windows Server where Microsoft cut out everything irrelevant to virtualization, services and Graphical User Interface (GUI) to make the server as small as possible. Plus, without the bells and whistles, the server requires less maintenance time and it is less vulnerable, because, for example, fewer components mean less patching. But this doesn’t mean it wouldn’t show errors, in fact systems using Windows OS with Hyper-V have shown Windows 8 Stuck at Boot Screen after Setting up Hyper-V, errors numerously.

As you can see this is one thing that most users may find difficult to understand and resolve themselves. Therefore, it is advised for the convenience of the user to try and use Advanced System Repair Tool.

Symptoms –

A blank startup screen that fails to load.

Causes –

Unable to load all the components of Hyper-V, at a time in the random memory due to its small size.

Solution –

To Check:

1. Access your BIOS by pressing the DEL or F2 or F10 key (or any other key based on your system, Refer Manual)

2. Locate an option that says something like “Use Hardware Virtualization” or “Enable Hardware Virtualization”

3. Enable the said feature. If by chance the feature is already enabled, disable it.

4. Save & Exit from your BIOS.

5. Try booting into Windows.

  • If the boot is successful, Follow step 1 to 4 to enable hardware virtualization supports. Even if this does not solve your problem:
  • Check on your Motherboard / Computer Manufacturer’s support website for any BIOS updates they might be offering.
  • Please Read the Instructions associated with Updating / Upgrading your BIOS carefully before proceeding and Perform any update or upgrade at your own risk.
  • If that too does not solve your problem:
  • Perform a system Start-up repair operation by booting with the Windows DVD & choosing the repair options.

{Compatible with Windows 8, 7, XP, ME, Vista, 98, 2000 (32/64)
File Size: 4.9MB Download Time: <(dsl, 2sec, dialup 2min)>}

If none of the above mentioned methods and steps did help you to resolve the issue Windows 8 Stuck at Boot Screen after Setting up Hyper-V, then try using Advanced System Repair Tool. This tool not only scans and cleans your system of viruses but also repairs the damages due to corruption. It acts as a data controller and efficient data management tool for your system.

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