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  1.    27 May 2016 #91
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    Quote Originally Posted by badrobot View Post
    lastpass users can now download lastpass edge extension on build 14352. (available only on insider preview).

    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/stor...p/9nblggh4v7x0
    huh!?:

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  2.    27 May 2016 #92
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidhk View Post
    I would like to make sure of one thing first...................
    You are posting in a thread regarding Insider Preview build 14352.
    Are you running that now ?
    Yes, David, it is 14352. I didn't specify since the subject of the thread is 14352.

    BTW, I have since also verified that, although the ODD is not shown in File Explorer or Disk Management, it is listed in the BIOS Boot order.
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  3.    27 May 2016 #93
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    Quote Originally Posted by cbwilsha View Post
    Yes, David, it is 14352. I didn't specify since the subject of the thread is 14352.

    BTW, I have since also verified that, although the ODD is not shown in File Explorer or Disk Management, it is listed in the BIOS Boot order.
    Do you know how to create an ISO file from build 14352 ?
    ESD to ISO - Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 ESD File

    If you can follow the tutorial and create an iso file, you can burn the file to a bootable media such as DVD or USB.
    Then you can use the media to do a clean install.
    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/1...n-install.html
    You will need to backup files you want to keep.
    Clean Install does not allow you to keep anything.
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  4.    27 May 2016 #94
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edwin View Post
    huh!?:

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    LastPass bumps required OS ver to prevent people from installing using Store.
    This magical thing called sideloading.

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  5.    27 May 2016 #95
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidhk View Post
    Do you know how to create an ISO file from build 14352 ?
    ESD to ISO - Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 ESD File

    If you can follow the tutorial and create an iso file, you can burn the file to a bootable media such as DVD or USB.
    Then you can use the media to do a clean install.
    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/1...n-install.html
    You will need to backup files you want to keep.
    Clean Install does not allow you to keep anything.
    Yes, David, I'm aware that what you describe would quite probably fix the problem. However, I'm not prepared at this point to go that far. If I can't fix this, I'll wait and see what the next build does. This happened to me in a prior build and the next build that came along fixed it.

    I certainly appreciate your comments though and the time you spent trying to help.
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  6.    27 May 2016 #96
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    Quote Originally Posted by cbwilsha View Post
    Yes, David, I'm aware that what you describe would quite probably fix the problem. However, I'm not prepared at this point to go that far. If I can't fix this, I'll wait and see what the next build does. This happened to me in a prior build and the next build that came along fixed it.

    I certainly appreciate your comments though and the time you spent trying to help.
    OK. Happy computing.
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  7.    27 May 2016 #97
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgage View Post
    After a reboot, Firefox behavior was worse if anything. The titlebar went blank after a minute, and weird large blank black window appeared against the blank white screen.

    The good news is that an uninstall-reinstall seems to have totally cleared it up. :-)
    This build marked the first time since I've been in the Insider program (since 10/2014) that I could not get the build to download...I waited overnight, changed the settings and rebooted several times but it did not matter. The registry looked right to me...but as I say I'd never had the problem so I never looked all that closely before. Anyway, I wound up creating an ISO for build 14352, and installed that as an in-place upgrade over my former 14342 installation, and everything went like clockwork...this build seems really nice--like Microsoft is well on the way to making the entire build one very nice version of Windows. I really like what they've done for the Anniversary edition of the OS--think it's by far the best Windows yet.

    Anyway--I use Firefox 64-bit D.E. and have to say that I'm not having any problems with it and this build. I mention this for a reason...because a several builds back I dumped the 32-bit version of Firefox and moved to the x64 Developer Edition--and I have never looked back. The D.E. is far better than the "regular" version of the browser--indeed, I had had problems as you describe them (with Firefox x86) several times with different builds, actually. That is what prompted me to move to the x64 DE version of the browser--and there's an enormous difference, imo. The x64 version of Firefox is leaps and bounds better--my wife, running her version of x86 Firefox, also ran into similar problems occurring on a regular basis--again, much as you've described them here--but she's running strictly the commercial build of 10586.xxx--no Insider builds for her. So I replaced her x86 version with the x64 version of the browser and--guess what?--I cannot remember the last time I had problems like you've mentioned...;) The x64 version of Firefox seems to have taken care of both of us...! Just wanted to relate my experience and pass it on--Firefox is my favorite browser--and the x64 DE is the best version of Firefox...at least for me and my wife...;) Oh, if you are worried that you will never use the "developer" portion of the browser--don't be, because x64 DE works exactly like x86 non-developer Firefox--and if you don't use the developer features you'll simply never see them at all. It's just like running the x86 version of Firefox--only heaps better, imo! Give it a shot...;)

    Firefox Developer Edition — Mozilla
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  8.    27 May 2016 #98
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    Quote Originally Posted by cbwilsha View Post
    Yes, David, it is 14352. I didn't specify since the subject of the thread is 14352.

    BTW, I have since also verified that, although the ODD is not shown in File Explorer or Disk Management, it is listed in the BIOS Boot order.
    I just got build 14352.1002 and the ODD does not show in File Explorer's Navigation Pane [left column] but it is in the list when clicking This PC, drive H: on mine due to the card reader in the computer.

    Looks like this build did break Firefox, won't fully open.

    EDIT: It also broke the Win8 Games, allows installing the Win8 Games but does not allow them to be opened.
    Last edited by Berton; 27 May 2016 at 22:46.
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  9.    27 May 2016 #99
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    Quote Originally Posted by martyfelker View Post
    I inadventenly rebooted my Windows 10 host while the Windows 10 VM had not completed the upgrade to 14352. Thought the VM was trashed - but not at all. Windows 10 smoothly reverted to the earlier build. Ran scan and repair drive. Reboot. Flawless repair. Restarted the upgrade process - completed without any errors. Good work MS
    I've done that, but when it came back up, things proceeded as per normal. Several builds back, though.
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  10.    28 May 2016 #100
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    This is really weird, on all physical machines, on none of the virtual machines!

    When the notification area shows my audio output is muted (#1), it's actually on, not muted and working perfectly (#2):

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    When I mute audio in Volume Mixer (#2) or pressing the mute button on my keyboard, the notification area shows audio is unmuted and working although it really is muted (#1):

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    My taskbar is vertically on left, screenshot might look weird, but you get my point.
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