Since adding the previous screen shots I have done a little experiment on a different laptop, a Dell Inspiron 15 that I use for testing.
1) I did a completely clean install of windows 10 from the latest media download from Microsoft.
2) When completed I checked the Core Isolation feature memory isolation was active. I turned it off, rebooted the machine when it came back up I turned the Memory Isolation feature back on and it had no problems with drivers. I again rebooted the machine.
3) When it came back up I again checked the Memory Isolation feature was switched on. I then downloaded the latest version of Jaksta Media Recorder (126.96.36.199) from the Jaksta site and installed it on the newly built Inspiron 15. I did not activate the Media Recorder as I only have one license but that does not effect this test.
4) I then checked the Memory Integrity feature of the core isolation and it showed that it was switched on ... no problem (apparently). I then turned the feature off and it tells me to reboot the machine. When the system came back up I went back into Core Isolation>memory isolation and attempted to turn it back on, however it failed to turn on and asked me to check for driver incompatibilities which I did and it found the SAME TWO DRIVER incompatibilities as on my main DELL XPS 13 laptop, the subject of this support request.
As this was a new Windows Build with nothing else installed on the machine, both these drivers MUST have been installed by the Jaksta Media Recorders installation script.
From Mike Tomlinson @ 08 Sep 2020 10:09