AMD Radeon drivers are not compatible with Windows 10 Core Isolation feature

Windows 10 has a neat security feature since version 1809 which isolates core system from the rest of things through virtualization which is called Core Isolation.

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The thing is, on my PC with NVIDIA graphic card, everything works fine. Core Isolation enabled, no issues. However, on two laptops, one with AMD A9-9420 APU and another with AMD Ryzen 2500U APU and on both, as soon as you enable Core Isolation, graphics driver shits itself. On Ryzen even to a point it becomes unbootable and you need to boot it to Safe Mode and manually remove driver.

What’s going on AMD? Why can’t you bloody make Radeon drivers compatible with Core Isolation feature enabled? It’s quite annoying that you can’t use this feature at all if there is Radeon in the system…

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