Windows 8 Hyper-V - Virtual Machine Management Service failed to start the virtual machine

I have Hyper-v running on Dell Precision T3600 with Windows 8 OS.  I am trying to start a VM (called Windows8VM) to install Windows 8 in the hyper-v virtual machine, but I keep getting the following message:
"Windows8VM" failed to start.
Failed to start the virtual machine "Windows8VM" because one of the Hyper-V components is not running.
"Windows8VM" failed to start.  (Virtual machine ID D670D3BB-9AE2-0453D-9191-EA6EFC242A9C)
The Virtual Machine Management Services failed to start the virtual machine "Windows8VM" because one of the Hyper-V components is not running.
I have turned the hyper-v feature on in the "Turn Windows feature on or off.  The BIOS has virtualization enable.  Help!!! driving me nuts for a week now.
Nick :(

Okay,  I turned off hyper-v, went to bios and enabled Intel TXT(LT-SX) Configuration.  Made sure that both Virtualization and VT for Direct I/0 are on.  Next, I turned on Hyper-V and I create a brand new Virtual Machine call Windows8 and had
the DVD point to Windows8 ISO file on hard drive.  When I clicked on start, it stayed in the Starting status mode for about 5 minutes.  Then of course it failed.  I looked at the Hyper-V-VMMS log and here is what it output:
Log Name: Microsoft-Windows-Hyper-V-VMMS/Admin
1) Error: The virtualization infrastructure driver (VID) is not running.
2) Info:  Found a certificate for server authentication. Remote access to virtual machines is now possible.
3) Info:  Successfully started the Virtual Machine migration connection manager.
4) Info:  Virtual Machine Management service is started successfully.
5) Info:  The WMI provider 'VmmsWmiInstanceAndMethodProvider' has started.
6) Info:  The WMI provider 'VmmsWmiEventProvider' has started.
7) Info:  The WMI provider 'VmmsWmiInstanceAndMethodProvider' has started.
8) Info:  The WMI provider 'VmmsWmiEventProvider' has started.
9) Info:  The Integration Services Setup Disk image was successfully updated.
10) Error: The virtual machine bus is not running.
11) Error: 'Virtual Machine Bus' driver required by the Virtual Machine Management service is not installed or is disabled. Check your settings or try reinstalling the Hyper-V role.
12) Error: 'Storage Virtualization Service Provider' driver required by the Virtual Machine Management service is not installed or is disabled. Check your settings or try reinstalling the Hyper-V role.
13) Error:  The Virtual Machine Management Service failed to start the virtual machine 'Window8' because one of the Hyper-V components is not running (Virtual machine ID 2B393AF4-7B7E-4243-805B-23C09D20F4FB).
14) Error:  'Window8' failed to start. (Virtual machine ID 2B393AF4-7B7E-4243-805B-23C09D20F4FB)
Nick

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    Are there any other differences? If Kerberos is not in use, why would a DBA ever prefer an MSA?
    UPDATE:
    Another user has noted a
    possible contradiction in the MS docs concerning VAs:
    The virtual account is auto-managed, and the virtual account can access the network
    in a domain environment.
    versus
    Virtual accounts cannot be authenticated to a remote location. All virtual accounts
    use the permission of machine account. Provision the machine account in the format
    <domain_name>\<computer_name>$.
    What is the "machine account"? How/when/why does it get "provisioned"? What is the difference between "accessing the network in a domain environment" and "authenticating to a remote location [in a domain environment]"?

    Hi,
    “Virtual accounts cannot be authenticated to a remote location. All virtual accounts use the permission of machine account. Provision the machine account in the format <domain_name>\<computer_name>$.”
    “The virtual account is auto-managed, and the virtual account can access the network in a domain environment. If the default value is used for the service accounts during SQL Server setup on Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows 7, a virtual account
    using the instance name as the service name is used, in the format NT SERVICE\<SERVICENAME>”
    Per the above description, they are two concepts and not conflict with each other.
    As you understand, virtual account access network resources by using the credentials of the computer account. Generally, computer account will not be granted permission unless giving the computer account permission on the shared folder manually.
    Thanks.
    Tracy Cai
    TechNet Community Support

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