Data Science with SAS - Troubleshooting

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  1. Priyanka_Mehta

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    Hi All,

    Data Science with SAS – Enjoy live discussions about troubleshooting SAS University Edition right here when you’re learning!

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    Priyanka Mehta
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    Error: VT-x is disabled

    Solution : Enable VT-x in BIOS

    - Restart your computer
    - Load into BIOS (press Del, F2, Esc key. Depends on motherboard)
    - Find Virtualization setting and enable it.

    Also find the below mentioned link which will guide you for the same:

    VM Activation--https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFJYpT7L5ag
     
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    Error: VT-x is not available

    Solution: Typically, this error appears for one of two reasons: either your system does not support virtualization or the option to use virtualization needs to be enabled.

    To use SAS University Edition, you must first verify that your computer supports virtualization. If your computer does support virtualization, you might need to change the virtualization options in your BIOS settings.

    Solution 1: Enable VT-x in BIOS

    - Restart your computer
    - Load into BIOS (press Del, F2, Esc key. Depends on motherboard)
    - Find Virtualization setting and enable it.

    Solution 2: Disable Hyper-V virtualization

    - Open Control Panel
    - Go to Program section -> Turn Windows features on or off
    - Disable Hyper-V
    - Reboot computer
     
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    Error: Unable to boot -this kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detects an i686 CPU

    Kindly make sure to do the below mentioned steps for the said error:

    1. Go to General Settings
    2. Change operating system version to "Red Hat 64-bit".

    As, SAS requires 64-bit system to run it properly.
     
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    As discussed today need session wise breakdown of syllabus/agenda for next session so we can track the progress and be prepared for future sessions
     
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    Hi Raghu,
    As discussed in the session, that in every session the agenda will be discussed for the nest session. I hope this will help you.
    As we do not want to restrict the flow. The session pace will always be according to the learners belonging to the batch.
     
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    I unable to install SAS software to my system.
    While uploading error message is showing, kindly check with uploading file.
     

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    Hi Rajkumar,

    I would suggest, do the installation process once again.
     
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