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A step by step guide on disabling memory integrity.

NOTE FOR REGULAR COBALT USER'S:

If cobalt was working fine for you before and you are facing this issue please avoid touching the loader once you have pressed load on the client. Be patient and allow the client to load , slow loading time can be due to poor connection or other variables. Touching the client while it has not loaded will result in it becoming unresponsive and will cause it to crash , once you open the loader you will be see the vulnerable driver error.

To fix this you would just simply restart your PC and load again and give the client time to load the spoofer and/or cheat.

Now lets getting into resolving this issue for new cobalt user's:

This issue is can caused by any Anti-Cheat software and or Anti-Virus software installed on your PC. After uninstalling, restart your PC and this issue should be solved. If not, open a support ticket on our site.

How to Turn Off Virtualization-Based Security (Memory Integrity)

If you encounter the Hyper-V detected issue even after you disable Hyper-V, try to disable the Memory integrity feature in Windows Security.

The Memory integrity feature is part of Core Isolation. It helps prevent threat actors from accessing and infecting high-security processes using malicious code.

By default, Windows disables the Memory integrity feature to avoid conflict with apps and device drivers due to incompatibility issues. This can also cause issues with third-party virtualization tools and programs that need to access your system's virtualization hardware.

To turn off Memory integrity in Windows Security:

  1. Press Win + I to open the Settings app.

  2. In the left pane, click on the Privacy & security tab.

  1. Next, click on Windows Security.

  2. Under the Protection areas section, click on Device security.

  1. Next, click on Core isolation details under the Core isolation section

  1. Toggle the switch under Memory integrity to turn it Off

  1. And for some users there will be a vulnerable driver blocklist option below memory integrity turn it off.

You can run this file here. Type yes once complete you will be prompted to restart your pc and do so.

If you are still getting the error make sure you are not on a patched windows version and on a supported winver.

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Make sure that you have hyper v fully disabled.

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If it does not work you the issue going forward lies within your pc something is blocking the driver would recommend going back to factory setting (reset) and will be fixed.

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