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Cannot enable Core Isolation/Memory Integrity due to Roxio drivers

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I have been trying to enable Core Isolation/Memory Integrity in Windows 10, but keep getting told that is cannot be enabled due to incompatibilities with the following drivers, which I think may have been installed with Creator:






If these are indeed drivers from Roxio, do I need them?  Can I install newer versions?  How can I fix this?

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Hi, I don't think anyone on this board will know the answers you need.

Those drivers do indeed appear to come from Roxio.  Here are the title lines from emBDA64A.inf which is identical in NXT6 and NXT7, and can be found in C:\Program Files (x86)\Roxio Creator NXT Pro 8\EMBDA64A\ along with .SYS and other files.

;   emBDA64.inf -- This file contains installation information for
;                  Roxio USB 2.0 Video Devices EM28xx.
;   This installation is for Windows XP, Vista and 7 (x64).
;   Copyright (C) Roxio Technology, Inc.  2002-2011


You might not need those drivers if you're not running any Roxio USB devices.    NXT8 has a slightly different .INF file, so Roxio might have newer versions.   However these questions are way above my pay grade [$0] because I'm not an employee and I don't know.

I'm sorry, but you'll have to contact Roxio Support to ask for a fix, via the Support button at the top of this page, or


Best regards, Brendon

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