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Parelles: virtualization support is disabled

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I have intel VT-X and virtualization tech enabled in my bios. I recently reinstalled my hackintosh when I got my Seagate 1tb 7200 RPM HDD back from RMA. Install went fine migrated over all settings and files. I did have to install 10.8.3 update from my old install.

Whats weird is before I moved HDDs parallels worked perfectly fine no issues. Any suggestions on what it could be the exact message I get is
"Your virtual machine may run slow because virtualization support is disabled on your Mac."

Thank you.

Asus rampage II gene
12gig DDR3 ram
intel i7 920
gtx 660

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