I have been using Docker for Windows 10 since 3 months ago.
It was working fine with Hyper-V until the last Thursday (13th October), when I had to update the BIOS version of the motherboard.
After the new BIOS was installed, I had to enable VT-d and VT-x again.
At the next reboot Docker couldn’t start, giving the message ‘Failed to start VM “MobyLinuxVM”: The VM couldn’t get an IP address after 60 tries’.
I have searched at the forums and found some topics, for example:
But I have not been able to fix the problem.
I have uninstalled Docker and installed again. I have installed the BETA version. I have uninstalled the Hyper-V features and installed it again at Windows 10.
But I don’t get that Docker works again.
Any idea about it?
Do I need to configure any feature besides VT-d and VT-x at UEFI-BIOS?
Updated: uploaded crash report with diagnostic id: 7B679C05-8834-4D53-810C-CC5118C1A4CC/2016-10-18_19-23-34