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Why can't I get Ryzen 7 1700 with Gigabyte AX370 Chipset MB to allow Virtualbox to work when I have enabled Virtualization?

Question asked by brucewhealton on Jul 19, 2018
Latest reply on Jul 20, 2018 by tuxine

I am using Windows 10 Pro.  I have disabled and removed Hyper-V.  I have activated support for virtualization in the BIOS.  I used to use Virtualbox with no problems.  Now, however, I have errors that report that hyper-v is running.  I have googled and searched to find out why certain applications are reporting that they cannot run because Hyper-V is running.  I can't use Bluestacks or Virtualbox because they all report that Hyper-V is running.


I have googled everything to fix this and it still reports that hyper-v is running or active and that is why things are failing.  So, it thinks that hyper-v is active and stands as a barrier to running other applications.  How can I address this issue?  I can only think of running a fresh install of Windows 10.