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Aspire GX-281 virtualization

EricepgEricepg Posts: 6Member New User
Hi, I downloaded VirtualBox today to test some Linux distros. First thing I did was to download 64-bit Ubuntu. When it was all set up I got this error message "AMD-V is not enabled" or something like that. Is there any way to enable AMD-V? I've sneaked around in the BIOS but couldn't find an option for virtualization. Also, it's not a problem with VirtualBox because the Acceleration tab is grayed out. Does anyone have a answer instead of flashing a modded BIOS, because I don't want to ruin my computer. I have the Ryzen 1400 btw :grin:
Thanks Eric

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