I have experience in Docker. I also had above issue on my Windows 10 box. I had done lot of research on it. And I was able to bypass it with the help of running the Docker daemon in experimental mode as shown below:
To achieve this you need to right click your Docker icon in your Windows System Tray. After doing that you must navigate to Settings. Then you need to navigate to Daemon.Then you need to reach up to Advanced. Here you must set a "experimental": true. Finally you must restart your Docker and you will see that your issue is fixed.
If above solution is not working then you probably need to switch your containers on your docker for the Windows containers.
To accomplish this you just need to right click on your Docker instance and then you need to select "Switch to Windows containers..." then it will work for you.