This is a known issue and should affect all versions of Ryzen Master Tool.
Can you provide more information on which Ryzen Master Tool version worked with Hyper V as this is not expected?
I'm just replying so i can keep track of this thread, I use Hyper-V out of neccesity, and would like to be able to use ryzen master too.
The same problem also exists with Windows 10 Version 1803 (build 17134.1).
If Hyper-V is activated, only Ryzen Master Version 220.127.116.110 is running, with Version 18.104.22.1688 you always get the VBS Error.
Mainboard: ASUS X370-Pro @ BIOS 4008,
CPU: AMD Ryzen 1700,
Windows 10 1803 (10.0.17134.1)
Microsoft Hyper-V installed
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I would like to report that I too am getting this error.
I am trying to install Ryzen Master onto my X399 system (decided to switch from Linux because ultimately I need to run Sony Vegas).
I cannot remove Hyper-V because I need it in Visual Studio, as Microsoft's Windows Mobile and Android SDK uses it to virtualize the simulation environments for running the apps.
Sorry there are no updates.
This behavior is expected, however i did forward the interest in this feature and the fact it did work on a specific older version to the Ryzen team for consideration.
Register an account here just to raise my concern on the same issue as well, Hyper-V will only get more popular and I hope AMD can take this issue more seriously if Ryzen is to be marketed as a multitask power horse.
you can always overclock from the BIOS... it's still the preferred way, since you can control motherboard specific features (like VRM settings/LLC) you cannot control with Ryzen Master.
EDIT: if you need to keep sensors (temps/voltages/ecc...) under control, you could just use HWInfo64
Thing is tho, I do not want to overclock. I just want a convenient way to look at the CPU temperature.
As for HWiNFO64, yeah, what I'm using now.