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Despite your notebook CPU supports it:
some manufacturer does not implement virtualization features in their BIOS.
You may contact Toshiba to update the BIOS ... even with IOMMU.
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Yeah, AMD does not support VT-x, because VT-x have INTEL only. AMD-V have AMD only. Android Studio does not support x86/x86-64 AMD virtualization on Windows. AMD-V and Intel VT-x works on Linux only. Android Studio have tragically slow emulator. ratah, please try faster Microsoft Android Emulator (with HW acceleration for AMD) implementation to Android Studio: Using the Visual Studio Emulator for Android from Android Studio or Eclipse with ADT | Microsoft Application Lifecycle M…