Win10 Enterprise reboot immediately once opening TMT3

  1. JustinWuB's Avatar
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    Win10 Enterprise reboot immediately once opening TMT3


    I have installed TMT3 (TotalMedia Theatre 3) and once I open it, Win10 Enterprise just reboot automatically and immediately.

    I don't have any clue

    Has anyone met the same issue? Thanks!
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  2. JustinWuB's Avatar
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    No blue screen. The screen just becomes black and the system goes rebooting. Just like I press the reboot button.
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  3. alphanumeric's Avatar
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    Why 10 Enterprise?
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  4. JustinWuB's Avatar
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    alphanumeric said:
    Why 10 Enterprise?
    Well...good question...

    But I don't think it's because of Win10 Enterprise.
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  5. alphanumeric's Avatar
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    There are several reasons why I asked that question. Enterprise is usually only available to corporate customers, unless your running the 90 day trial. Or have access to MSDN etc. If it's a corporate PC, do you have permission to install that software? If it's not a corporate PC, how and why was Enterprise installed? Where did you obtain the install media? It could be a corrupt install.
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  6. JustinWuB's Avatar
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    alphanumeric said:
    There are several reasons why I asked that question. Enterprise is usually only available to corporate customers, unless your running the 90 day trial. Or have access to MSDN etc. If it's a corporate PC, do you have permission to install that software? If it's not a corporate PC, how and why was Enterprise installed? Where did you obtain the install media? It could be a corrupt install.
    I see. It's my personal computer and I have lots of drives and want to try some enterprise features, like storage, on Win10.

    You're correct that I have access to MSDN:)

    So far, I have found an alternative by replacing TMT3 with PotPlayer, but I'm still interested in why TMT3 can reboot the system without any promotions. I have disabled auto reboot while system failure.
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  7. JustinWuB's Avatar
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    alphanumeric said:
    There are several reasons why I asked that question. Enterprise is usually only available to corporate customers, unless your running the 90 day trial. Or have access to MSDN etc. If it's a corporate PC, do you have permission to install that software? If it's not a corporate PC, how and why was Enterprise installed? Where did you obtain the install media? It could be a corrupt install.
    I wish I could install Win 10 Pro if it's more compatible with my hardware. I first upgrade Win7 to Win10 Pro, but I got a wireless driver issue that the system just could not recongize Netgear A6210. Then I decided to reinstall to Win10 Enterprise, because I tried Win10 Pro last time. Then I met another issue that my internal drives was treated as mobile storage so that they were in the Safely Remove Hardware list. I revised the registry to fix it. Now I got the TMT3 issue.

    See I have just sorted out everything on the new system. Sign...
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  8. alphanumeric's Avatar
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    Pro and Enterprise use the same drivers. Why would they use different drivers on the same hardware? Anyway, I don't use TMT3 so I can't help you with that. I've run Enterprise on my Laptop so I could have a look at Windows To Go. I'm back to Pro at the moment though. One of the fist things I do is turn off the reboot on system failure. If I get a BSOD (haven't in a very long time) I want to see it, not wonder what happened.
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  9. JustinWuB's Avatar
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    alphanumeric said:
    Pro and Enterprise use the same drivers. Why would they use different drivers on the same hardware? Anyway, I don't use TMT3 so I can't help you with that. I've run Enterprise on my Laptop so I could have a look at Windows To Go. I'm back to Pro at the moment though. One of the fist things I do is turn off the reboot on system failure. If I get a BSOD (haven't in a very long time) I want to see it, not wonder what happened.
    I have turned off the reboot on system failure, so it's very strange. There's also no BSOD either. So I don't have any information what really happened
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