Microsoft has acknowledged a new issue with Windows Security
app that could prevent Windows 10 May 2020 Update (version
2004) on your PC. Specifically, the issue causes compatibility
problems with Windows 10 version 2004 if you don’t modify
settings in Windows Security app or update your display
that some users may get an error message about compatibility
hold on devices with Memory Integrity setting enabled.
However, you can fix Windows Security app bug by simply
toggling the memory integrity setting off.
If you use Memory integrity feature and don’t want to turn it
off, you’ll need to download and install updated display
drivers from the manufacturer to remove the upgrade block.
You can also turn memory integrity off and remove the upgrade
block. To disable the feature, follow these steps:
- Head to Windows 10 settings page.
- Navigate to “Update & Security”.
- Click on “Windows Security.”
- From there, go to “Device Security”.
- Select “Core isolation details.”
- Toggle off the memory integrity setting there.
- Restart your computer.
- Check for updates in Windows Update or Update Assistant
If you still don’t see the update, make sure that you’ve
Intel or Nvidia GPU driver and
Microsoft has previously warned that consequences could occur
if you disregard the compatibility problem and manually force
Windows 10’s May 2020 Update with Media Assistant or other
Microsoft might be working on a permanent fix for the issue in
a future patch. However, for now, updating your driver or
turning off Memory integrity is the best way to ensure you
don’t run into any major issues when upgrading Windows 10.
In March 2020,
Microsoft had acknowledged another bug with Memory
Integrity that could prevent drivers from loading,
potentially causing major problems including system failure.
At that time, Microsoft said that users can work around the
issue by disabling the memory integrity setting in Windows