I'm using vmware to run kali linux but after picking the iso file the amd-v is disable. And after that I went to my bios and there is no configuration tab. Please help
You have an old AMD APU which does support Virtualization. But to enable it you will need to update the BIOS that will support it. If the manufacturer of your computer doesn't have any more BIOS updates then you are out of luck.
This other User in a previous thread asked the same question as you did: I need to know how to activate a Virtualization with windows 10 because in my firmware version 2.12 do not have this option. I am using an AMD E1-1200 APU with Radeon Hd Graphics 1400 Mhz
His laptop didn't have a BIOS that supported virtualization and no more BIOS Updates.
Its available in desktops. For some reason Hyper-V does not work right on my box.
Maybe in a year or two they will fix it.....
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