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    That's known since day one when 2004 was released. It also causes many ESENT errors and warnings.
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       #22

    CountMike said:
    That's known since day one when 2004 was released. It also causes many ESENT errors and warnings.
    What does?
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       #23

    EdTittel said:
    I can now confirm this status is resetting on my 2004 PCs (all of which have SSD boot/system drives). Despite running TRIM yesterday, here's what I see this morning. Note: all drives, both SSDs and HDDs, are affected.
    Attachment 284162
    Thanks for brining this to everybody's attention @Compumind. Wonder how long it'll take MS to fix this?
    --Ed--
    CountMike said:
    That's known since day one when 2004 was released. It also causes many ESENT errors and warnings.
    Compumind said:
    What does?

    Probably referring to the TRIM/Defrag losing it's memory of when it was done. That's been known for weeks. Lots of chatter all over about it. Second post refers to it in the Known Issues post from May 26th, and lots more after and elsewhere.

    Known and Resolved issues for Windows 10 May 2020 Update version 2004
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       #24

    f14tomcat said:
    Probably referring to the TRIM/Defrag losing it's memory of when it was done. That's been known for weeks. Lots of chatter all over about it. Second post refers to it in the Known Issues post from May 26th, and lots more after and elsewhere.

    Known and Resolved issues for Windows 10 May 2020 Update version 2004
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       #25

    This is a real problem.
    I wish that MS would be more proactive in remediation.

    Letís see how long it will take MS to resolve these issues.
    So much for their entire 2004 QA process!

    🤐
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       #26

    Indeed.
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    The QA process has been totally revamped. Instead of Rings, which weren't working, we now have "Channels".

    So much better !!!
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    Caledon Ken said:
    The QA process has been totally revamped. Instead of Rings, which weren't working, we now have "Channels".

    So much better !!!
    The unspoken is oozy out of my screen!
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       #29

    Caledon Ken said:
    The QA process has been totally revamped. Instead of Rings, which weren't working, we now have "Channels".

    So much better !!!
    My lady pal loves Channel Number 5.
    Last edited by cereberus; 21 Jun 2020 at 16:39.
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       #30

    cereberus said:
    My lady pal loves Channel Number 5.
    MSNBC?

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