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How to turn on AMD-V Virtual Technology in Ryzen processors

How to turn on AMD-V Virtual Technology in Ryzen processors - AMD-V or Virtual technology is very important if you want to raise Emulator-based games such as TGB (Tencent Gaming Buddy, Gameloop, Bluestack, or other). Virtual processors are instrumental, in addition to the emulator by activating this feature we can also smoothly run other virtual software not only Android versions such as Virtual Box, Vmware for testing server and many more. This AMD-V store is required to turn on to make the Kuta PC more powerful, so here's the complete step to powering AMD-V in the latest Ryzen process:

How to turn on AMD-V Virtual Technology in Ryzen processors

Steps:
  1. Enter the BIOS menu Press Delete or F2 depends on your PC BIOS version but most Delete
  2. Select Advanced Menu in Bios
    How to turn on AMD-V Virtual Technology in Ryzen processors
  3. Select Cpu Configuration
    Virtualization (VT-x/AMD-V) - Enabling virtualization on your
  4. Enable SVM (Secure Virtual Machine) in Mobo Asrock's virtual name becomes SVM but there is nothing different, maybe in another Mobo AMD-V or there V, the store select Enable SVM.
    Enabling Intel VT and AMD-V virtualization hardware extensions in BIOS
  5. Just press F10 to Save and Restart your PC

Well easy enough not to check if your PC is already on or not a virtual feature you can read through the link below. Or if your Pc is not Ryzen, but the Intel platform can go to the previous discussion.

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