By Mark Hachman
Intel confirmed reports that Microsoft’s Windows 10 May 2020 Update is causing problems with certain types of Intel’s Optane memory. The company said Friday that it was working with Microsoft on a fix.
According to a report by Windows Latest, certain users are reporting compatibility issues with Intel’s Optane Memory, specifically the inability to load the iaStorAfsServiceApi.dll that a user reported via Twitter. Microsoft Education confirmed that Intel Optane doesn’t seem to be compatible with the May 2020 Update in a followup tweet.