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  1. Bree's Avatar
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    10 Home x64 (1903) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #870

    Phil0sophy said: View Post
    ...when comparing my version of windows (1607) to the latest build none of these issues exist, which leads me to believe it's an issue with 1903...
    I have all versions of Windows 10 available on my test machine (System Two in My Computers below) from the original release 1507 up to 1903. I see no such issue with 1903, they all boot up in about the same time....

    Bree said:
    Bear in mind this is a low spec machine. The times are relatively slow, but it is a valid comparison as, other than the OS build, all else is identical - same installed software, settings, hardware, HDD and partition sizes.... Testing a few times for each and taking the fastest time, a full Restart took:

    1507 - 86 seconds
    1511 - 106 seconds
    1607 - 104 seconds
    1703 - 107 seconds
    1709 - 108 seconds
    on a restart Fall Creators Update reopens apps from before - post #185

    ...to which I can now add:

    1903 -112 seconds
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  2. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       #871

    Do I need to disable secure boot even if I'm mounting the ISO from within Windows itself? Being an official ISO created by the MCT, one would think Secure Boot would allow this, no?
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  3. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro for Workstations build 18985
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       #872

    ElysiumDream said: View Post
    Do I need to disable secure boot even if I'm mounting the ISO from within Windows itself? Being an official ISO created by the MCT, one would think Secure Boot would allow this, no?

    Hello Elysium, and welcome to Ten Forums.

    It is recommend to temporarily disable secure boot before doing a repair install to prevent possible issues during the restarts while installing. You can enable it again after the repair install has finished though.
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  4. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       #873

    Brink said: View Post
    Hello Elysium, and welcome to Ten Forums.

    It is recommend to temporarily disable secure boot before doing a repair install to prevent possible issues during the restarts while installing. You can enable it again after the repair install has finished though.
    My BIOS has a Legacy + UEFI option, if I set that would that work just the same as Legacy only when it comes to this stuff? Thanks for the help.
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  5. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro for Workstations build 18985
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       #874

    ElysiumDream said: View Post
    My BIOS has a Legacy + UEFI option, if I set that would that work just the same as Legacy only when it comes to this stuff? Thanks for the help.
    No. That wouldn't be for secure boot.

    Enable or Disable Secure Boot on Windows 10 PC

    That is for when you want to clean install W10 with Legacy BIOS or UEFI instead. You would want to leave it set to whatever it currently is set to.
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  6. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       #875

    Brink said: View Post
    No. That wouldn't be for secure boot.

    Enable or Disable Secure Boot on Windows 10 PC

    That is for when you want to clean install W10 with Legacy BIOS or UEFI instead. You would want to leave it set to whatever it currently is set to.
    I guess I'm confused then. My BIOS is an MSI Click on a B350 PC MATE MOBO. The only thing that references UEFI is this option and it is under the boot tab for a "Boot mode select". :c

    e:

    Might have figured it out, underneath Windows OS/Configuration there was 4 options related to the boot process for specific operating systems, but they were all disabled already.
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  7. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro for Workstations build 18985
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  8. Posts : 43
    Win10 Enterprise x64 & Win 7 Home x64
       #877

    i didn't read the instructions fully and followed the screenshot. Thought it meant i had to select "keep personal files only" for in-place upgrade/repairs. Can you make the "select" clearer/move it away so it is better understood?



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  9. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro for Workstations build 18985
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       #878

    Hello @imeem,

    Sorry about the confusion. That was meant for you to select which option you wanted to use if you didn't want to use the default and recommended Keep personal files and apps.

    The screenshot has now been updated to help.
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