Genymotion Virtualization Engine Not Found Windows 7

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We installed Genymotion in Window 7, 8 or Window 8.1, it worked well. But after upgrading the OS, it stopped working and complained: “genymotion virtualization engine not found” This is rather an awkward issue. After searching the internet, I found the below solution works. 7: I solved this issue updating Genymotion to Genymotion 2.5.1. 8: In my case I just update VirtualBox from 4.3 to 5.0 this issue occurs after update to OS X El Capitan 10.11.4. 9: Although this is one year later, this worked for me on mac (after switching from windows). Open VirtualBox and go to File Preferences Network. Remove all existing host-only networks by clicking Description 1. Start Genymotion a first time. In the event of a failure, start Genymotion a second time. If Genymotion still doesn’t run, you can manually configure a host-only network: Open VirtualBox and go to File Preferences Network.

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I created a VM a while ago for testing things in a safe sandbox. It's nothing fancy, just a Win10 installation in VirtualBox. I fired it up the other day for the first time since I upgraded my system, and I get this message:
Hmm. Ok, maybe I forget to enable virtualization in the BIOS.
Oh, no, that's enabled all right. Hmm. To Google!
I find some ways of checking to see if virtualization is enabled in Windows. Answer? Maybe.
So, Task Manager seems to think I have virtualization, but both SecurAble and Intel's PIU say no. When I disable this in the BIOS, Task Manager says I don't have virtualization, but SecurAble and PIU say I do! (VirtualBox still says NO YUO).
WTF is going on, here? Am I missing something obvious? Is my CPU (i5-6500 Skylake) bad? My motherboard (MSI B150M Bazooka Plus)? Windows?