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Question asked by tommy2k14 on Nov 30, 2017
Latest reply on Dec 6, 2017 by atlasminor

I am doing an Android Basics course through Udacity, and we have to use Android Studio. Part of the software requires Accelerated Hardware Virtualisation to be turned on in the UEFI, which it is. However it says to be, when I try to run the basic Hello World app which I have created (which is a coder's basic starting little app) that I haven't got Intel HAXM virtualisation enabled. I have a Ryzen 1700 processor, and the BIOS is an ASUS Prime B350. I have tried launching the app with and without Hyper-V installed. Any help would be appreciated. Thankyou.

This is the exact error message:

Intel HAXM is required to run this AVD.

Your CPU does not require supported features (VT-X or SVM)

Unfortunately your computer does not support hardware accelerated virtualisation.

Here are some of your options:

1) Use a physical device for testing

2) Develop on a Windows/OSX computer with an Intel processor that supports VT-x and NX

3) Develop on a Linux computer that supports VT-x or SVM

4) Use an Android Virtual Device based on an ARM system image

   (This is 10x slower than hardware accelerated virtualization)