Greetings! I normally wouldn’t post here, but I’ve run out of ideas to try to get docker running on my desktop. I am running into an issue where Hyper-V will continually tell me that there’s a component missing which is not allowing me to run vms, which in turn is not allowing docker to run. I have reinstalled, restarted, and re-run as administrator every application (and various powershell tools like dism.exe, mofcomp, and bcedit) related to docker and hyper-v countless numbers of times in various orders and am out of ideas at this point.
1.I am running on Windows 10 Pro edition
2.My computer components are listed as being supported through every forum I’ve come across
3.I’ve run docker previously on this box, so I’m sure that hardware shouldn’t be an issue
What I’ve made sure is installed
1.Ensured that my BIOS virtualization is enabled.
2.Ensured that hyper-v feature is enabled on windows.
3.I have tried all the steps listed below with the Docker Desktop Installer.exe, Docker for Windows Installer.exe, and even tried DockerToolbox-19.03.1.exe (though that brought up more issues that I couldn’t solve).
Steps I’ve taken
1.Turned off firewall
3.disabled Hyper-v feature
4.disabled Hyper-v BIOS
5.enabled Hyper-v BIOS
6.enabled Hyper-v feature
7.installed docker --> error
Lastly, here’s a picture (with red highlights) that should sum up all of the above as succinctly as I could make it. I don’t know what I’m doing wrong here
Error response from daemon: hcsshim::CreateComputeSystem 902a21ffdc088264078c436a02eefab111ced3d489b03a9c5d7822d5760d3e96: The virtual machine could not be started because a required feature is not installed.