XPS 15 7590
Just wanted to report a minor bug with a fresh install on Windows 11 22H2 on XPS 15 7590.
When trying to turn on Memory Integrity under Device Security / Core Isolation, upon next reboot i get a blue screen with Inaccessible Boot Device.
Yes, I'm using the latest Intel Chipset Drivers and XPS 15 7590 firmware.
Yes my Windows 11 is up to date.
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After I tried twice and failed before found this discussion.
Now I am able to upgrade from Windows 11 21H2 -> 22H2 with Windows 11 Instaltion Assistance succesfully by just disabling Virtualization Direct I/O in BIOS.
There is a new update available, KB5017389. It mentions repairing a problem. I do not know if this situation is involved in what you are seeing.
Addresses an issue that affects some processors. This issue occurs when you turn on Hyper-V and kernel Direct Memory Access (DMA) protections.
I tried KB5017389 on my XPS 15 7590, Windows 11 22H2.
It did not help. I still get Blue Screen on startup and need to use a Restore Point.
I am thinking about disabling Virtual Direct I/O... but I think I need it for Hyper-V to run windows servers in docker.
Yes, Disabling Virtual Direct I/O works for me. I wanted to run Docker with Hyper-V on Windows 11 22H2, on XPS 15 7590, and now I can do it.
Bios settings: SATA=AHCI, Virtualization=ON, Virtual Direct I/O=OFF.
I also installed KB5017389.
After turning Virtual Direct I/O OFF I had to give my recovery key to be able to start Windows, but after that everything was ok and nothing changed.
For me it works with AHCI, I do not know about RAID.