Advice Request Memory integrity

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cc2150dx

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I currently use Kaspersky Plus, version 21.7.7.393. Windows 11 home 64-bit. Under Windows Security-->Device Security-->Core isolation-->Memory integrity (should this setting be on or off ? ) It is currently on. Thanks

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I currently use Kaspersky Plus, version 21.7.7.393. Windows 11 home 64-bit. Under Windows Security-->Device Security-->Core isolation-->Memory integrity (should this setting be on or off ? ) It is currently on. Thanks

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Yeah, you have to choose either Kaspersky or WIndows built in virtualization. Otherwise with both enabled, Kaspersky won't work properly.

 
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In my system it's ok since my old lap does not support Virtualization tech hehe...

In Your case, probably it is because Mem Integrity is on, so using Microsoft Hypervisor, which it is incompatible with Kaspersky Hypervisor, can't be coexists 2 different Hypervisors in the system... one of them should be disabled...
 
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In version K+ 21.9 is in Settings -> Privacy Settings -> Secure Data Input:

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In my old laptop Hardware Virtualization is not available, because the CPU is an old Intel Dual Core T4300, and it does not support it.

Which CPU do You have, W11?

Windows Core isolation is incompatible with Kaspersky Hypervisor, only 1 Hypervisor can be working in the system.
 
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JB007

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In version K+ 21.9 is in Settings -> Privacy Settings -> Secure Data Input:

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In my old laptop Hardware Virtualization is not available, because the CPU is an old Intel Dual Core T4300, and it does not support it.

Which CPU do You have, W11?

Windows Core isolation is incompatible with Kaspersky Hypervisor, only 1 Hypervisor can be working in the system.

Hello @harlan4096
The same for me; Virtualization is not available on my system but my CPU is not so old:unsure:
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harlan4096

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Then You have to check Your BIOS settings and enable there the Virtualization Support.

But I see You are using W11, if Windows Core Isolation enabled, then Kaspersky Virtualization will be disabled, as only 1 hypervisor can be running in system.
 
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Then You have to check Your BIOS settings and enable there the Virtualization Support.

But I see You are using W11, if Windows Core Isolation enabled, then Kaspersky Virtualization will be disabled, as only 1 hypervisor can be running in system.
Thanks @harlan4096
You are right, Windows Core Isolation is enabled.
Is it better to disable it and get Kaspersky Virtualization or to stay with Windows Core Isolation ?

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In version K+ 21.9 is in Settings -> Privacy Settings -> Secure Data Input:

View attachment 274007

In my old laptop Hardware Virtualization is not available, because the CPU is an old Intel Dual Core T4300, and it does not support it.

Which CPU do You have, W11?

Windows Core isolation is incompatible with Kaspersky Hypervisor, only 1 Hypervisor can be working in the system.
My current CPU:
Intel Core i5-6600K CPU @ 3.50GHz
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