Windows 10: New Macrium Reflect Update Solved

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  1.    20 Oct 2015 #161

    Luckily I still have the old (pre update) Macrium boot system on a different USB drive.
    Just tried the old one and it boots from it.
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  2.    20 Oct 2015 #162

    Like I told Gary yesterday, I only updated MR on my desktop, didn't update my usb or my dvd. After reading this last post, still glad I didn't.
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       20 Oct 2015 #163

    Cornishman said: View Post
    Luckily I still have the old (pre update) Macrium boot system on a different USB drive.
    Just tried the old one and it boots from it.
    Pheeew! First Gary, then you, I just tested my USB on both my laptop and my desktop, and it works
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  4.    20 Oct 2015 #164

    Well because my Macrium USB drive wouldn't boot up after the recent update, I thought that I would make another Macrium DVD boot disk and see if that worked. The DVD booted up fine!
    Then I remembered, when I try to boot from my Macrium USB drive, I get two options, (I questioned this in a post recently):
    Macrium Reflect 6 free USB boot question - Windows 10 Forums
    Before the recent update, if I booted from either of the two Kingston USB drive options, it would boot up correctly.
    Now, only the UEFI option works.
    But at least it's up and running now!
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       20 Oct 2015 #165

    Cornishman said: View Post
    Well because my Macrium USB drive wouldn't boot up after the recent update, I thought that I would make another Macrium DVD boot disk and see if that worked. The DVD booted up fine!
    Then I remembered, when I try to boot from my Macrium USB drive, I get two options, (I questioned this in a post recently):
    Macrium Reflect 6 free USB boot question - Windows 10 Forums
    Before the recent update, if I booted from either of the two Kingston USB drive options, it would boot up correctly.
    Now, only the UEFI option works.
    But at least it's up and running now!
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    Yup, when using GPT partitioning you have to choose the UEFI boot option for a device. I have forgotten this when rushing to do something too.
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       20 Oct 2015 #166

    Yes there is nothing wrong with this release. It was my fault. I had the boot order mixed up in the BIOS. I canceled the ticket with apologies to MR. Once I get my SSD, I won't have this problem..
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       20 Oct 2015 #167

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Pheeew! First Gary, then you, I just tested my USB on both my laptop and my desktop, and it works
    Sorry Cliff, well you have an extra boot device now..,
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       20 Oct 2015 #168

    Gary said: View Post
    Sorry Cliff, well you have an extra boot device now..,
    Gary, I think you misunderstand, I always had my USB, and keep it updated, I just hadn't tried it out after updating yet. And when first you, then Cornishman, had problems booting, it was high time I test mine before I needed it. the "pheeew!" was me wiping the sweat of my head, after I found out it workedClick image for larger version. 

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  9.    20 Oct 2015 #169

    Well guys after reading these recent posts, I finally upgraded my CD and USB to the new update. Both work fine, no problems. BUT everytime MR comes out with a new update, it costs me at least 69 cents for the new cd I have to burn!!!! hahahaha
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  10. Posts : 92
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       20 Oct 2015 #170

    It still take about 2 minutes to boot. How can I put it on a Flash Drive. Do I have to format it?
    @Cliff S I always test mine on every new release.
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