Windows virtualization (no Boot Camp) on Mac hardware

Super User Asked by Hery on February 22, 2021

I recently installed Windows on my old Mac to use it as a server. The problem is that I didn’t use Boot Camp, instead I just installed like a normal OS.

Is there a way to enable CPU virtualization to run Docker? I already tried some commands and enabling Hyper-V but still Docker still seems to need CPU virtualization

After some research online I found that “rEFInd” could do the work. I’ll post an edit if that works.

Edit 2:
NVRAM reset didn’t solve the problem.

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