Updating intel bios
AMD-V is always enabled if you’re using an AMD processor that supports it, so there’s no BIOS or UEFI firmware setting you need to change.
However, if you have another hypervisor (like Microsoft’s Hyper-V) using AMD-V, you may see a message saying it’s not available.
You’ll have to uninstall it if you want to use Virtual Box or VMware along with your CPU’s hardware virtualization features.
It doesn’t matter if Hyper-V is closed — it’s reserving the hardware in the background.
Enable the option and select “Save and Exit” or the equivalent feature to save your settings changes and reboot your computer.