Comodo IS + VT-x enabled + HAXM ( intel ) - installation fails

Well i am not sure it is really a bug inside CIS , so if a moderator have to move my thread , please do so in the proper section.

I am running Comodo FW ( latest version , HIPS + FW ) on windows 10 home edition.

I was trying to play with Android Studio ( really basic curious programmer ) which comes with an emulator running with HAXM ( Hardware_Accelerated_Execution_Manager from Intel )

I had to enable Vx-T which was disabled by default inside BIOS , Comodo was still running OK after reboot ( fresh install was under Vx-T off )
Next step was to install HAXM , but running the setup file gave nothing.

I removed my AV ( Qihoo 360 ) , same pb.
I unchecked HIPS and FW activity , same pb.
Then i decided to remove CFW , and was able to install the HAXM with success … tested android studio and the emulator with success too.

But now i want to install CFW again ( cfw_installer_6106_53.exe ) , i get an error by windows 10 with a reference to this link : Your app doesn't work with your new version of Windows - Microsoft Support ( says this program can be harmful with corruption and data loss )

Is it a known problem ?

Thanks for reading.

PS : sorry for my english

It’s probably related to ‘File Source Tracking’ option. If the case, should be fixed with version 9.

Hope it helps.

ntel Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager (Intel® HAXM) is a hardware-assisted [b]virtualization engine (hypervisor)[/b] that uses Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT) to speed up Android* app emulation on a host machine.
May be the problem is with the virtualisation engine running as hypervisor. D+ runs as hypervisor with Enable enhanced protection mode enabled on a 64 bits system.

@thyr0x1ne. Are you running a 64 bits version of Windows 10?