The Badlion Client cannot run on Cloud Computers or Virtual Machines. However, you may not be using a virtual machine, yet you get this pop-up message. That means there is some sort of virtualization going on on your computer.
How to resolve this problem?
This error message can come from some installed 3rd party software or built-in features on your computer. You have to go through these solutions one at a time until it fixes your issue, as you probably won't need all of them to make the Badlion Client work.
- Press Windows + R
- Type "services.msc" and hit enter.
- Right-click on one of the Hyper-V XXX Services and click on "Properties".
- Change the startup type to "Manual", click on "Apply", then click on "Ok"
- Repeat all of these steps until all of the Hyper-V services startup type are set to manual, and don't forget to restart your computer!
- Open the Start menu
- Search for "Turn Windows features on or off" and click on the top result
- Uncheck the "Windows Sandbox" option
- Click on the "Ok" button and then "Restart now"
Firstly, you will need to figure out if you have an Intel or AMD CPU. When that is done, you will have to go into your BIOS and disable the virtualization settings. We advise you to follow your motherboard's guide to disable these as all motherboards use different BIOS configurations. The virtualization settings can have different names for different CPU brands, so here are some of the most common names:
- Secure Virtual Machine
You will most likely have to restart your computer to disable these settings fully.
- Go to "Settings"
- Click on "Windows Security"
- Click on "Device Security"
- Click on "Core isolation details"
- Disable "Memory Integrity"
- Restart your computer to apply the changes