Windows 10: New Macrium Reflect Updates Solved

  1.    14 Oct 2017 #941

    storageman said: View Post
    Just a quick warning, after installing today's patch (2646) from M.R. It turned MIG back on. I don't know if something got unfixed, but after turning it off, and performing system reboot, it was back on. I thought M.R. fixed that in a earlier fix this week ???? Just way to many updates.

    Note - MIG is un-installed again permanently.
    You have to select option to stop it restarting on reboot from MIG menus in Other Tasks. By default option is to restart MIG after a reboot.
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       14 Oct 2017 #942

    I didn't need a reboot, presumably because I had uninstalled CBT.
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       14 Oct 2017 #943

    cereberus said: View Post
    You have to select option to stop it restarting on reboot from MIG menus in Other Tasks. By default option is to restart MIG after a reboot.
    That's what I did. Note that after the Friday update, MIG was on (by the update process I think because I had earlier turned it off). I then turned MIG off and performed a re-boot and when I started M.R. MIG was ON again ? Looks like the fix that happen earlier in the week to provide control of MIG dis-regarding re-boots is now MIA. Since I was running late and didn't want to mess with this feature anymore I did an install/update and removed it again.
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  4.    14 Oct 2017 #944

    storageman said: View Post
    That's what I did. Note that after the Friday update, MIG was on (by the update process I think because I had earlier turned it off). I then turned MIG off and performed a re-boot and when I started M.R. MIG was ON again ? Looks like the fix that happen earlier in the week to provide control of MIG dis-regarding re-boots is now MIA. Since I was running late and didn't want to mess with this feature anymore I did an install/update and removed it again.
    You should still be able to turn it off you can do a modify in add/remove programs but it is a good feature not sure why yo do not want it?
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  5.    14 Oct 2017 #945

    storageman said: View Post
    That's what I did. Note that after the Friday update, MIG was on (by the update process I think because I had earlier turned it off). I then turned MIG off and performed a re-boot and when I started M.R. MIG was ON again ? Looks like the fix that happen earlier in the week to provide control of MIG dis-regarding re-boots is now MIA. Since I was running late and didn't want to mess with this feature anymore I did an install/update and removed it again.
    Well I can confirm what cereberus posted on turning MIG OFF as it DOES Work. I just turned it off and rebooted, checked my settings and MIG remained OFF for me.

    Did you try using the settings in Macrium Reflect to turn OFF MIG correctly??? Click on Turn off MIG, and also make sure the Check Box under the option to turn off Guardian is NOT Check marked. This does work after installing latest patch. v7.1.2646
    Also check your version # just to make sure it matches mine. :) Pic below ....

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       17 Oct 2017 #946

    OLDMIKE65 thanks for pointing that little box out on your display. That is what I missed the first time. Seems to work ok now.
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  7.    17 Oct 2017 #947

    storageman said: View Post
    OLDMIKE65 thanks for pointing that little box out on your display. That is what I missed the first time. Seems to work ok now.
    Glad I could help. Sometimes we miss the little things. :)
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       21 Oct 2017 #948

    I just started my offline image to a external USB HDD.
    Transfer speed is not that bad:
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  9.    21 Oct 2017 #949

    cliff s said: View Post
    i just started my offline image to a external usb hdd.
    Transfer speed is not that bad:
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    usb3 ?
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       21 Oct 2017 #950

    CountMike said: View Post
    usb3 ?
    yep
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