HOW TO FIX UNCHECKED MEMORY INTEGRITY ON CORE ISOLATION WINDOWS SECURITY
How do I find and remove the incompatible driver so I can re-enable Memory Integrity? I'm a bit disturbed by the Windows Security logo, which has a yellow exclamation mark which means that something has gone wrong with the security of the Windows system. When I looked at the solution to this problem, I saw it was using DriverStore. I have tried every trick I know of to remove this problematic driver but I can't. They require SYSTEM level permission to delete manually.
The reason I'm looking into this more is to get rid of the insecure flag logo that Defender shows in the taskbar. I fully understand what Core Isolation is, I'm a software engineer.
I just want a clean system and I don't want Logitech drivers from 2012 on my machine when I'm not even using Logitech devices. And this driver is now interfering with system security.
- In device manager.
- Select ? ViewDevices by driver
- Right click on the driver (in your case oem109.inf)
- Enable both checkboxes:
- ? Uninstall this driver from any device currently using it.
- ? Attempt to force remove this driver while it is still being used by the device
- (reboot system)
- Download Autorun.zip
- Run as Administrator the autoruns64.exe file
- Go to the 'Drivers' tab.
- Find the problematic driver
- Right click remove
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