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

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  1. CountMike's Avatar
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    W10 Insider + Linux
       #170

    Max001 said:
    Thanks CountMike, will do that now
    It takes me less than 15 minutes to restore Macrium Reflect backup, days to reinstall all programs and settings.
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  2. Ohmer's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 Dual Boot
       #171

    Running a clean install of 2004 on a test partition, and seems to be working fine so far. After fixing the "usual suspect" DCOM Runtime Broker errors that seem to come with every fresh installation, my Event Viewer looks like this now.

    Known and Resolved issues for Windows 10 May 2020 Update version 2004-annotation-2020-06-01-170859.png

    The Wininit warning only appears with the WDDM 2.7 NVIDIA DEV Driver I'm using, don't see it otherwise.

    The main annoyance for me was a big bunch of ESENT errors ID:642 at start-up, which continued to accumulate. Seems like several were due to the Legacy version of MS EDGE which still preloads itself and some pages on startup by default.

    Setting those features to "Prevent" in the Group Policy Editor, installing Chrome Edge, and never using the Legacy Edge again has cleaned them up. Counter-intuitive, but you have to Enable the Policies, and then set them to Prevent the features. At installation, the policies are "not configured" but are actually on by default, and disabling them doesn't work either.

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    Down to just 2 or 3 now at each reboot, so much cleaner!
    Last edited by Ohmer; 4 Weeks Ago at 03:00.
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  3. Steve C's Avatar
    Posts : 5,474
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
       #172

    sygnus21 said:
    I have to agree... what bugs?

    My issue was the update simply won't install on my system. What are your issues???
    I have no issues since I haven't installed it. There are many problems with this update reported on the Forum.
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  4. VBF's Avatar
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    Posts : 530
    Win 10 Pro
       #173

    Steve C said:
    I have no issues since I haven't installed it. There are many problems with this update reported on the Forum.
    I agree...
    My important machine is set:
    Feature updates deferred for 365 days
    Quality updates deferred for 30 days

    Machine currently on Winver 1903 (OS Build 18363.836)
    I'll keep following this (and other) threads until things look a little more positive.

    Got a Macrium image taken at Winver 1909 (OS Build 18363.752)
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  5. Bree's Avatar
    Posts : 15,928
    10 Home x64 (2004) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #174

    Steve C said:
    I have no issues since I haven't installed it. There are many problems with this update reported on the Forum.
    I have, on my 'daily use' machine (someone has to give it a 'test run' ). But for all my others they are going to wait for the bugs to be fixed.

    None of them (so far) are 'killer bugs' though. The most annoying one is that Defrag cannot remember when it was last run. After a restart is always says 'never run'. Another is that in Pro the 'defer feature updates' and the 'defer quality updates' have gone missing. As my daily machine runs Home that one doesn't bother me - it does for my others though.
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  6. CountMike's Avatar
    Posts : 17,028
    W10 Insider + Linux
       #175

    Bree said:
    I have, on my 'daily use' machine (someone has to give it a 'test run' ). But for all my others they are going to wait for the bugs to be fixed.

    None of them (so far) are 'killer bugs' though. The most annoying one is that Defrag cannot remember when it was last run. After a restart is always says 'never run'. Another is that in Pro the 'defer feature updates' and the 'defer quality updates' have gone missing. As my daily machine runs Home that one doesn't bother me - it does for my others though.
    Did anybody figure out if defrag is only display problem but it actually works on schedule ?
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  7. Bree's Avatar
    Posts : 15,928
    10 Home x64 (2004) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #176

    CountMike said:
    Did anybody figure out if defrag is only display problem but it actually works on schedule ?
    I always turn scheduled defrag off, so I cannot say. A manual defrag of an HDD seems to work correctly though.

    The reason I turn it off is to do with Macrium Reflect differential images. Relocating or defragmenting a file counts as a change that has to be included in the differential image even though the file contents are unchanged. This makes a differential unnecessarily large. I only defrag an HDD manually, just before a new Full backup.
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  8. kado897's Avatar
    Posts : 33,569
    Windows 10 Home 64bit v1909 and insider builds
       #177

    Bree said:
    I always turn scheduled defrag off, so I cannot say. A manual defrag of an HDD seems to work correctly though.

    The reason I turn it off is to do with Macrium Reflect differential images. Relocating or defragmenting a file counts as a change that has to be included in the differential image even though the file contents are unchanged. This makes a differential unnecessarily large. I only defrag an HDD manually, just before a new Full backup.
    What worries me about defrag is SSDs. They are given a special "defrag" but only once every 28 days no matter how often you have it scheduled to run. If it loses its last run date the danger is that it runs that too often.
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  9. HRPuffnstuff's Avatar
    Posts : 462
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #178

    I've been getting ESENT errors for years so I'm not sweating them anymore.
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  10. CountMike's Avatar
    Posts : 17,028
    W10 Insider + Linux
       #179

    Bree said:
    I always turn scheduled defrag off, so I cannot say. A manual defrag of an HDD seems to work correctly though.

    The reason I turn it off is to do with Macrium Reflect differential images. Relocating or defragmenting a file counts as a change that has to be included in the differential image even though the file contents are unchanged. This makes a differential unnecessarily large. I only defrag an HDD manually, just before a new Full backup.
    Mine is also always turned off because HDDs don't fragment much nowadays and since W7 so there's no any need. Most new SSDs have trim function in FW and if you leave enough free space they'll do it on their own.
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