This issue has been raised by many people. Apparently, Windows won’t allow users to Disable Hyper-V in Windows 10 because they get an error saying that the changes could not be completed and they need to reboot the system to try again.
The Error Code: 0x800F083
People have tried bcedit option, scripts which work in PowerShell, deployment image servicing and management, and many more but none seem to have worked. We are writing this article in order to help these users solve their problems. This tool named Hyper-V is not for beginners who don’t know about computers. It is something which replaces the virtual personal computer by Microsoft and helps the users run multiple operating systems on a single computer.
The Hyper-V tool is hugely beneficial to the developers because it makes their lives so much simpler. The task of experiencing and developing on multiple operating systems becomes much more comfortable because they won’t need to change their hardware in order to do it. This application or utility will turn your operating systems into different guests virtual machine which are on one and the same host i.e., your personal computer.
Even when this tool is one of the best for the developers, there are other tools out there which have far more features than the Hyper-V system, and that is why many people want to use different software. Migrating the virtual personal computers from one host to another is a required feature for some developers, the replica (Hyper-V), fiber channels which are virtual, virtualising the GPUs for more power using remotefx and loads more.
The main problem is that when they try to disable the Hyper-V program, they simply cannot do it because the errors block them from doing so. Errors like the changes could not take place and you will need to reboot the PC, some files of the net framework are missing or damaged, etc.
In case you are a developer frustrated due to the errors which are popping up and want to get rid of all the problems which are causing these, follow the custom-tailored guide we have created for you. This guide is a combination of all the user experiences and problems users face in day to day life and the perfect solution to all those problems compiled together.
How to Disable Hyper-V in Windows 10 / 7
- Press the Start + X key and select the option which says Apps and features
- You can alternatively search for the apps and features in the start menu and check the results
- Turn the windows features off using the option provided in the box (left pane)
- Search for the Hyper-V option and disable it
- Press Ok and save the changes
- Restart your device
Note: In case your Windows is updated, make sure to disable it again.
Disable Hyper-V in Windows 10 using Command Prompt & PowerShell
- Search for cmd in the Start menu
- Alternate method: Press Start + R key, type cmd and press enter
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
- Press enter
Dism.exe /online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup
- Press enter
- Press enter
- Open Powershell by Windows with administrative privileges
Disable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName Microsoft-Hyper-V-All
- Close the PowerShell window and restart your PC
Uninstalling and reinstalling .net framework
In case the files related to .Net framework have been damaged, you will need to reinstall it in order to restore the optimal condition of your software.
- Go to the Microsoft website in order to download the .net framework
- Download it
- Double click the setup file to install
- It could take some time depending upon your hardware capabilities
- Once you are done with it, you can try to directly disable or enable hyper v in your windows 10 computing system
The above fixes are the best fixes available anywhere and it is imperative that you do not miss a single step in order to successfully use this guide. Make sure you don’t download any software mentioned above from a third party website because they might include malicious code into the file and use it to damage your system or get your personal details.