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  1. Stitch194's Avatar
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       #11

    f14tomcat said:
    That's easy to verify. Make a new Local account and test it.
    Created a new local user account and notifications are working just fine. My profile must be corrupt?
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  2. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #12

    Stitch194 said:
    Created a new local user account and notifications are working just fine. My profile must be corrupt?
    Boy, sure sounds like it. Got a backup from before the KB update? A few days before? Might want to restore and redo the KB. Don't know how many changes you'd have to update. I don't know too much about repairing a busted profile.

    Gotta run..... good luck with this one. I'll check in the morning. TC
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  3. Stitch194's Avatar
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       #13

    I thought about restoring 1809.55 image. Rather than go through the KB updates again and seeing I never had a problems with .134 I just created a new profile, no big deal as all my date is on another position. The taskbar notifications are working again, I like that especially when running background Macrium Images, it's nice to be informed of the start, and success/fail.
    Thanks for your input.
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  4. HeM
    Posts : 362
    Win 10 Pro x64 v.20Η2
       #14

    Stitch194 said:
    ...All attempts to solve the problem in my User account have been fruitless.
    I had Background apps (Settings > Privacy => Background apps) all disabled (OFF) and I had exactly the same issue.

    So, I turned them all ON and after Restart**, issue's gone. Then closing one by one, I found that when Windows Security is disabled (OFF), notifications cannot work.
    Windows Notifications-backgr.jpg
    Windows Security must be always ON for notifications to work properly.

    If you didn't delete previous user you may try it...


    ** Updated...Thanks to @f14tomcat below reminder
    Last edited by HeM; 20 Nov 2018 at 23:36.
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  5. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #15

    Stitch194 said:
    I thought about restoring 1809.55 image. Rather than go through the KB updates again and seeing I never had a problems with .134 I just created a new profile, no big deal as all my date is on another position. The taskbar notifications are working again, I like that especially when running background Macrium Images, it's nice to be informed of the start, and success/fail.
    Thanks for your input.
    You're welcome, any time. Glad it's all sorted out.

    TC
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  6. Hoggorm's Avatar
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       #16

    HeM said:
    Windows Security must be always ON for notifications to work properly.
    I have the same issue. Unfortunately this solution did not work for me... I see there are notifications available, but clicking them only shows an empty notification center
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  7. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #17

    Hoggorm said:
    I have the same issue. Unfortunately this solution did not work for me... I see there are notifications available, but clicking them only shows an empty notification center
    Did you restart after the changes? I had the same issue on my laptop, changed the background run to on for Security and a few others, and restarted. Now they appear normally...after the restart.
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  8. Hoggorm's Avatar
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       #18

    f14tomcat said:
    Now they appear normally...after the restart.
    They sure did! Thank you very much! A restart solved the issue!
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  9. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #19

    Hoggorm said:
    They sure did! Thank you very much! A restart solved the issue!
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