Cannot Enable Core Isolation in Windows Device Security


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I have a brand new build with a Gigabyte H370M DS3H motherboard, 16 GB Corsair memory, Intel i5-8400 CPU, Intel MVMe M.2 drive, running with Windows 10 Pro (ver 1909). All is well except that I cannot enable Core Isolation in the Windows Device Security section. Intel virtualization is enabled in the BIOS and is also indicated as enabled under the Performance tab (CPU) in task manager.

On the Device Security page, it states at the bottom that my system meets the requirements for standard hardware security. However, when I try to enable Core Isolation, I get the message that "Memory integrity cannot be started. There may be an incompatibility on your device." How can I fix this and enable the Core Isolation?
 
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Is Virtualization enabled in your BIOS?

Make sure it is since it is required.
 

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