A little past background:
So ever since I bought my computer my machine randomly (about once every other week) just starts to freeze. Finally, I force the machine off by holding the power button as it gets worse and worse. Then the bios says "Overclocking failed!" Funny enough, I never overclocked my machine at this time. I looked at the memory settings and saw they were incorrect. So I set them at 1866MHz which is what they are. Then it started to say overclocking failed every few days, so I switched it back.
Today I was using my computer normally, when it started to freeze again. Looking at task manager it said my memory was at 99% and cpu temp was taking up all of it. I closed the program and everything stopped freezing up and started working smoothly. Now when I try to launch my virtual machines (that have worked for months) I get the following error: "Binary translation is incompatible with long mode on this platform" followed by: "The virtual machine is configured for 64-bit guest operating systems. However, 64-bit is not possible. This host does not support Intel VT-x" but I have the 4930k CPU o.O. And it has worked up until just now. Any ideas as to what's going on? I can't seem to scan any hardware to see any failures. And the problem is intermittent. This VMware error is new and I have never seen it before.