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    Sorry to be late getting on this bus. Got all this stuff installed late last week. Had to install the .cab file to get from 18362.53 to 189263.86 (KB4497093) before I could upgrade to 18875 (or was it 18885) on my son's i7-4770K/Haswell-based machine. Something funny about the chipset drivers, I think, got in the way. The rest of my Fast ring machines got up to the release without difficulty, though.
    --Ed--
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  2.    #161

    Kari said: View Post
    Yes, it will not be needed. Diskpart can mount (attach) a VHD file without any whatsoever information about its disk number. That's why I call this method, as in video name, "Dual Boot - The Easy Way".

    It is so amazingly easy and fast! No virtualization required, no experience about virtual machines required, just create a simple DISKPART script and a batch file to do the job. Absolutely the easiest, fastest and most convenient method to add operating systems to dual / multi boot.

    Kari
    I checked my batch files and virtually identical except I had line to select disk which is clearly superfluous after attaching vhd as that gives focus to vhd automatically. Never thought to try this.

    So remove one line and it should be fine.
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       #162

    cereberus said: View Post
    I checked my batch files and virtually identical except I had line to select disk which is clearly superfluous after attaching vhd as that gives focus to vhd automatically. Never thought to try this.

    So remove one line and it should be fine.
    I thought it might be that simple. The DISKPART command attach vdisk when given directly after command create vdisk file=MyVirtualHardDisk.vhdx is the same than select disk X when handling physical disks. VHD will be automatically selected, therefore disk number is not required.

    Kari
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       #163

    Noticed something
    In settings and in start /all apps the scroll doesn't seem to work with my mouse and touchpad. I have to use the arrow to go up and down ...could be just me...touchpad does the same.
    Anyone experiencing this
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       #164

    Steven Campoli said: View Post
    Noticed something
    In settings and in start /all apps the scroll doesn't seem to work with my mouse and touchpad. I have to use the arrow to go up and down ...could be just me...touchpad does the same.
    Anyone experiencing this
    Sorry to hear!

    Not happening here on both all working well.
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  6.    #165

    Kari said: View Post
    I thought it might be that simple. The DISKPART command attach vdisk when given directly after command create vdisk file=MyVirtualHardDisk.vhdx is the same than select disk X when handling physical disks. VHD will be automatically selected, therefore disk number is not required.

    Kari
    We are never too old to learn (except when it comes to affairs of the heart).
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  7. Steven Campoli's Avatar
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       #166

    JGToy said: View Post
    Sorry to hear!

    Not happening here on both all working well.
    Probably just my mouse...gonna try different batteries and keep u up to date... thanks
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  8.    #167

    Has anyone had problem mounting an .iso file to burn to disc with this build?
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       #168

    IronZorg89 said: View Post
    Has anyone had problem mounting an .iso file to burn to disc with this build?
    In which phase? Loading ISO in Rufus with no problem. Didn't actually write it
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  10.    #169

    AndreTen said: View Post
    In which phase? Loading ISO in Rufus with no problem. Didn't actually write it
    I was trying to burn the .iso file for the latest version of EaseUS ToDo Backup software in order to create an Emergency disk. I use File Explorer to mount and proceed with the burning process. I just couldn't do it, for the CD/DVD in the drive bay couldn't be recognized.

    The same process worked without a glitch on my main machine which is not on Insider Program. That was the reason of my question. I will probably give it a shot with RUFUS or EZB UltraISO and see what happens. I will definitely post back.
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