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egor-k
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BSOD after enabling Hyper-V on HP 15-ec1032ur (Windows 10 20H2, Realtek RTL8822CE)

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HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop 15-ec1032ur
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Notebook: HP 15-ec1032ur.

Product number: 1N3L2EA#ACB.

Serial number: [personal info removed].
OS: Windows 10 Pro 10.0.19042.630 (20H2).
Wlan adapter: Realtek RTL8822CE 802.11ac PCIe.
The current wlan driver is 2024.0.10.217.Minidump file: [personal infor removed]

I try to enable hyper-v, but the result is always the same - bsod. Tried different versions of drivers, including not from hp site: 2024.1.10.217, doesn't help. If I disable Realtek RTL8822CE in the device manager, then only then the laptop boots normally after enabling hyper-v.

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staimov
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Exactly the same problem here (the same notebook model, the same Windows and driver versions).

I can add also that notebook boots normally without BSOD if Virtualization is disabled in BIOS. But of course you can't run Hyper-V VMs in this case.

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Siyet
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I have exactly the same problem.
Notebook: HP 15-ec1060ur
OS: Windows 10 Pro 10.0.19041.450 (2004) and 10.0.19042.630 (20H2)

I couldn't get the BSOD dump.
I've been trying to figure out what the problem is for two days now. After that, the laptop stopped turning on. The laptop is currently being tested at an HP service center. I'll write about the results here.

 

My BSoD disappeared if I turned off the Wi-Fi module, but the task Manager displayed a notification that the network card was disabled due to drivers causing a crash. Internet over the wire was not working

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EDIT: I did find a workaround for this issue. A USB WAN adapter does work! This way I can disable the Realtek card, boot up with virtualization enabled, and still use the internet. Hopefully this will work until some new drivers or BIOS will fix the root issue.

Exact same issue as everyone here.

 

BSOD when I try to enable Windows Virtual Machine. BSOD can be avoided by disabling RTL8822CE, but then the "Realtek Gaming GbE Family Controller" is blocked from loading and I can't use any kind of internet.

 

Notebook: HP 15-ec1xxx.
Wlan adapter: Realtek RTL8822CE 802.11ac PCIe.

Additionally, I tried installing two different M.2 WAN cards, but for both of them even with the up to date drivers they won't show up in Device Manager. They do show up in HP Hardware Diagnostics (UEFI). And with the WAN card "Intel 9260NGW" the Bluetooth works but no matter what I do I can't get the Network Adapter to show up in Device Manager.

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egor-k
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HP: excellent customer support...

 

Beroa, I also saw that "Realtek Gaming GbE Family Controller" does not work when virtualization is turned on. I am waiting for the delivery of the wlan adapter Intel AX210, but most likely it will not help ☹️.

If it doesn’t help, then I’d better give up HP laptops.

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Hi,

 

the more I read the more I hate the Realtek RTL8822CE.

I have also many problems with the  $%&§& driver of Realtek RTL8822CE.

 

What have I done?

1) (Re-)Install drivers for AMD Mobile
AMD Ryzen™ and Athlon™ Mobile (Chipset) Drivers & Support | AMD

 

2) (Re-)Install Radeon Software - Important: "Downgrade and Factory Reset (under Enhanced Features)" to Version 20.11.2 (Microsoft tested)
https://drivers.amd.com/drivers/installer/20.45/beta/radeon-software-adrenalin-2020-20.12.1-minimals...

 

3) Revert driver of RTL8822CE to Version 2024.0.10.210.
Got Bluescreens and wifi disappered the with Version .220 and .215.

 

Good luck and

regards

Daniel 

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