Virtual machine acceleration for Windows requires the installation of the Intel Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager (Intel HAXM). The software requires an Intel CPU with Virtualization Technology (VT) support and one of the following operating systems:
Windows 7 (32/64-bit)
Windows Vista (32/64-bit)
Windows XP (32-bit only)
To install the virtualization driver:
Start the Android SDK Manager, select Extras and then select Intel Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager.
After the download completes, execute /extras/intel/Hardware_Accelerated_Execution_Manager/IntelHAXM.exe.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete installation.
After installation completes, confirm that the virtualization driver is operating correctly by opening a command prompt window and running the following command:
sc query intelhaxm
You should see a status message including the following information:
STATE : 4 RUNNING
To run an x86-based emulator with VM acceleration:
If you are running the emulator from the command line, just specify an x86-based AVD:
Note: You must provide an x86-based AVD configuration name, otherwise VM acceleration will not be enabled.
If you are running the emulator from Android Studio, run your Android application with an x86-based AVD:
In Android Studio, click your Android project folder and then select Run > Edit Configurations...
In the left panel of the Run/Debug Configurations dialog, select your Android run configuration or create a new configuration.
Under the Target Device options, select the x86-based AVD you created previously.
Run your Android project using this run configuration.
You can adjust the amount of memory available to the Intel HAXM kernel extension by re-running its installer.
You can stop using the virtualization driver by uninstalling it. Re-run the installer or use the Control Panel to remove the software.
Falls es bei der Installation Schwierigkeiten gibt, ist im BIOS VT zu aktivieren. Bei der Installation im Virenschutz(Avast) die Hardware-Unterstützte Virtualisierung deaktivieren