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lolmaus
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Struggling to enable Hyper-V on Ryzen and Windows 10 Pro

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Hi!

My setup: 

  • Gigabyte Aorus X470 Gaming 7 WIFI
  • AMD Ryzen 2700X
  • Windows 10 Pro 64-bit v. 1903
  • BIOS F31
  • AMD Chipset driver v. 19

I'm trying to run Docker natively, without VirtualBox. When I try to set it up with Kitematic, it says: 

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I have enabled SVM and IOMMU in the BIOS. I have installed Hyper-V in Windows components. Uninstalled VirtualBox.

I'm running msinfo32 and expect to see four items related to Hyper-V. Instead, I see: "A hypervisor has been detected. Features required for Hyper-V will not be displayed."

Kitematic is not detecting native capabilities. Docker is not working, fails with a cryptic error.

How do I enable Hyper-V??

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lolmaus
Journeyman III

Re: Struggling to enable Hyper-V on Ryzen and Windows 10 Pro

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Starting Hyper-V Manager and setting up a virtual machine has proved that Hyper-V is working correctly.

After that, Docker started working! Not sure if it's a coincidence.

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misterj
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Re: Struggling to enable Hyper-V on Ryzen and Windows 10 Pro

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lolmaus, I do not know what you mean here: "I have installed Hyper-V in Windows components."  MS has good instructions for doing this but if I post a link to it, my reply will be delayed for minutes to days.  So please: open Control Panel - click Uninstall a program - click Turn Windows features on or off - find Hyper-V and select it - using the + expand it and make sure all sub-items are also selected (checked).  A Restart will be needed.  Enjoy, John.

EDIT:  Your MSinfo32 message seems to be saying a Hypervisor is installed, so make sure all other Hypervisors (VirtualBox) are uninstalled.

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lolmaus
Journeyman III

Re: Struggling to enable Hyper-V on Ryzen and Windows 10 Pro

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Starting Hyper-V Manager and setting up a virtual machine has proved that Hyper-V is working correctly.

After that, Docker started working! Not sure if it's a coincidence.

View solution in original post

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