Windows 10: new win10 upgrade. no raxco instant recovery boot up progress bar
new win10 upgrade. no raxco instant recovery boot up progress bar
i just upgraded to win10. at boot up, my raxco instant recovery app is supposed to initiate a progress bar that gives you 10 seconds to click f1 in case you are having a problem, and you can retreat to a different snapshot. the progress bar isn't materializing. does anyone know how i can correct this. i didn't have this problem in win7.
Haven't used them since the original FD-ISR days with XP myself but you'll probably get a lot more guidance with the guys like Panagiotis and others (maybe Peter or Froggie) over at Wilders - have you reached out to them yet?
I contacted Pete and he said to do the update to build 310 which is compatible with WIN10. I don't know if that will make my progress bar appear though. Thanks for the response.
Word Man said:
Only other thing I recall (and don't if it's the same in the current incarnation of IR) is that there was a fix boot option under the File menu in original FD-ISR - perhaps that's still there? In any event, yes, I know at Wilders they were awaiting a Win10 update this summer and apparently that would be build 310.
Word Man said:
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