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  1.    09 Jun 2017 #201
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    Quote Originally Posted by CountMike View Post
    Not much there, almost nothing, any native way to increase transparency ?
    The effect is more profound with a very colorful wallpaper.

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  2.    09 Jun 2017 #202
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    Triple Boot Windows 10 IP Build 17040/Windows Server 2016/Debian Sid

    Here are the supposed fixes from the troubleshooter. I'll reboot after posting. The pending update (see previous screenshot) was cancelled.

    Issues found
    Service registration is missing or corruptService registration is missing or corrupt Fixed Fixed
    Reset service registration Completed

    Potential Windows Update Database error detectedPotential Windows Update Database error detected
    Possible issues may prevent Windows Update from keeping your system up to date. Fixed Fixed
    Repair Windows Update Database Corruption Completed

    Windows Update components must be repairedWindows Update components must be repaired
    One or more Windows Update components are configured incorrectly. Fixed Fixed
    Repair Windows Update components Completed

    Check for pending updatesCheck for pending updates Fixed Fixed
    Download and Install pending updates Completed

    Potential issues that were checked
    Default Windows Update data locations have changedDefault Windows Update data locations have changed
    The location where Windows Update stores data has changed and must be repaired. Issue not present
    Some security settings are missing or have been changedSome security settings are missing or have been changed Issue not present
    Check for missing or corrupt filesCheck for missing or corrupt files Issue not present
    System date and time aren't correctSystem date and time aren't correct Issue not present

    Issues found Detection details

    6 Service registration is missing or corrupt Fixed Fixed

    Reset service registration Completed


    6 Potential Windows Update Database error detected Fixed Fixed

    Possible issues may prevent Windows Update from keeping your system up to date.
    Repair Windows Update Database Corruption Completed

    One troubleshooting step to resolve WU issues is to delete and re-download updates to your computer. Would you like to try this step now? Depending on your network configuration, you may incur download costs.

    6 Windows Update components must be repaired Fixed Fixed

    One or more Windows Update components are configured incorrectly.
    Repair Windows Update components Completed

    Repairing Windows Update components frequently resolves common Windows Update errors.

    6 Check for pending updates Fixed Fixed

    Download and Install pending updates Completed

    Did you know that there are pending updates for this machine? Choose “Apply this fix” option below to start the update process in the background immediately.


    Potential issues that were checked Detection details

    Default Windows Update data locations have changed Issue not present

    The location where Windows Update stores data has changed and must be repaired.

    Some security settings are missing or have been changed Issue not present


    Check for missing or corrupt files Issue not present


    System date and time aren't correct Issue not present
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  3.    09 Jun 2017 #203
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    This was present on all 3 of my test computers after going back to 16199. None of the 3 failed to install the 16215 update -- all installed yesterday as soon as update became available. So, go figure. Seems like I saw a similar report from Tomcat. I am reinstalling the build on all 3 computers to see if it makes a difference.
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  4.    09 Jun 2017 #204
    Join Date : Sep 2014
    Adelaide, South Australia
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    W10 Pro x64. W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview

    Tried to install 16215 again, got as far as the first reboot at 30%, failed with INACCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE. restarted, got the same GSOD, restarted again and it rolled back to 16199. That's the third time.
    CHKDSK comes up clean, as does sfc /scannow. I used the Windows Update Troubleshooter which claimed to have fixed some problems, also ran Brink's reset Windows Update bat file. and manually deleted C:\$WINDOWS.~BT and all files in C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download
    I haven't been making ISOs for some time, so tried to download UUPtoISOSetup.exe.
    My AV (Vipre Advanced Security) flagged it as Trojan.GenericKD.5089713 and quarantined it.
    Is Vipre being over zealous, or have the baddies got to that file?

    Edit:
    shutdown Vipre, ensured Defender was running, downloaded UUPtoISOSetup.exe, scanned the file with Malwarebytes and Defender, both passed it.
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  5.    09 Jun 2017 #205
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    Floyd, VA
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    Triple Boot Windows 10 IP Build 17040/Windows Server 2016/Debian Sid

    Trying again after the troubleshooter fix (which I doubt) .Click image for larger version. 

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  6.    09 Jun 2017 #206
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    3rd Rock
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    WinX Pro x64 IP v14986

    Ok. So after checking the state of my hardware, I decided to go all in and clear out the ~BT folder as well as Windows\Software\Downloads. I then applied Brink's Windows Update Reset batch file and rebooted.

    The machine started downloading 215 again, and I used the computer normally for a couple of hours. I then allowed it to restart and install the update.

    Thus far, it has rebooted 3 times already, so looks like it is getting father​ along than before. Keeping my fingers crossed....
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  7.    09 Jun 2017 #207
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    3rd Rock
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    WinX Pro x64 IP v14986

    And as I was typing that, it gets to ”Working on updates: 33%” and seems frozen, AGAIN.

    FML. If is really frozen, I am going to pop the .ISO in and upgrade that way.

    If that doesn't work, I am clean installing over the weekend.
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  8.    09 Jun 2017 #208
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    Triple Boot Windows 10 IP Build 17040/Windows Server 2016/Debian Sid

    [QUOTE=Fafhrd;1047020]One thing I have noticed is that many of the Insider builds, including 16199 and 16215, have several default junctions (symbolic links) missing.

    Tweaking.com restores missing default junctions (I count 31 here for 16215), and logs its actions:

    [CODE]%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
    %[STARTED] [09/06/2017 22:06:53]%
    %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

    Running Repair on J:\ProgramData\Application Data


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\ProgramData\Application Data


    Running Repair on J:\ProgramData\Desktop


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\ProgramData\Desktop


    Running Repair on J:\ProgramData\Documents


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\ProgramData\Documents


    Running Repair on J:\ProgramData\Start Menu


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\ProgramData\Start Menu


    Running Repair on J:\ProgramData\Templates


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\ProgramData\Templates


    Running Repair on J:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\Application Data


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\Application Data


    Running Repair on J:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\History


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\History


    Running Repair on J:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\Temporary Internet Files


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\Temporary Internet Files


    Running Repair on J:\Users\Default\Cookies


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\Default\Cookies


    Running Repair on J:\Users\Default\Application Data


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\Default\Application Data


    Running Repair on J:\Users\Default\Local Settings


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\Default\Local Settings


    Running Repair on J:\Users\Default\My Documents


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\Default\My Documents


    Running Repair on J:\Users\Default\NetHood


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\Default\NetHood


    Running Repair on J:\Users\Default\PrintHood


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\Default\PrintHood


    Running Repair on J:\Users\Default\Recent


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\Default\Recent


    Running Repair on J:\Users\Default\SendTo


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\Default\SendTo


    Running Repair on J:\Users\Default\Start Menu


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\Default\Start Menu


    Running Repair on J:\Users\Default\Templates


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\Default\Templates


    Running Repair on J:\Users\MSUser\AppData\Local\Application Data


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\MSUser\AppData\Local\Application Data


    Running Repair on J:\Users\MSUser\AppData\Local\History


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\MSUser\AppData\Local\History


    Running Repair on J:\Users\MSUser\AppData\Local\Temporary Internet Files


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\MSUser\AppData\Local\Temporary Internet Files


    Running Repair on J:\Users\MSUser\Cookies


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\MSUser\Cookies


    Running Repair on J:\Users\MSUser\Application Data


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\MSUser\Application Data


    Running Repair on J:\Users\MSUser\Local Settings


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\MSUser\Local Settings


    Running Repair on J:\Users\MSUser\My Documents


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\MSUser\My Documents


    Running Repair on J:\Users\MSUser\NetHood


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\MSUser\NetHood


    Running Repair on J:\Users\MSUser\PrintHood


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\MSUser\PrintHood


    Running Repair on J:\Users\MSUser\Recent


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\MSUser\Recent


    Running Repair on J:\Users\MSUser\SendTo


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\MSUser\SendTo


    Running Repair on J:\Users\MSUser\Start Menu


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\MSUser\Start Menu


    Running Repair on J:\Users\MSUser\Templates


    [x] Command to Run: Create Default Reparse Point (This Is A Default Windows Reparse Point
    [x] Calling Checking If Link Folder Exists
    [x] Type is JUNCTION
    [x] Setting Owner To System And Everyone Read Access To Denied (This Is The Default) To The Link Folder: J:\Users\MSUser\Templates


    %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
    %[FINISHED] [09/06/2017 22:07:47]%
    %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

    Interesting. I use tweaking.com pro but haven't tried it yet. It did help a build or two before so maybe after this next reboot into 199 I have to say I like this real time testing.
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  9.    09 Jun 2017 #209
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    W10 Insider + Linux

    Quote Originally Posted by lmod View Post
    Tried to install 16215 again, got as far as the first reboot at 30%, failed with INACCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE. restarted, got the same GSOD, restarted again and it rolled back to 16199. That's the third time.
    CHKDSK comes up clean, as does sfc /scannow. I used the Windows Update Troubleshooter which claimed to have fixed some problems, also ran Brink's reset Windows Update bat file. and manually deleted C:\$WINDOWS.~BT and all files in C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download
    I haven't been making ISOs for some time, so tried to download UUPtoISOSetup.exe.
    My AV (Vipre Advanced Security) flagged it as Trojan.GenericKD.5089713 and quarantined it.
    Is Vipre being over zealous, or have the baddies got to that file?
    AVs tend to view anything that meddles in system as at least suspicious. 3rd party AVs don't know what WD does and MS can also make updates so they don't upset WD but can't do that to 3rd party AVs. An update can include directions to WD not to react to particular part which can't be done to 3rd party AV.
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  10.    09 Jun 2017 #210
    Join Date : Nov 2014
    Floyd, VA
    Posts : 1,134
    Triple Boot Windows 10 IP Build 17040/Windows Server 2016/Debian Sid

    Quote Originally Posted by CountMike View Post
    AVs tend to view anything that meddles in system as at least suspicious. 3rd party AVs don't know what WD does and MS can also make updates so they don't upset WD but can't do that to 3rd party AVs. An update can include directions to WD not to react to particular part which can't be done to 3rd party AV.
    Do you mutiboot by any chance. I've been getting the same well now I guess we call it GSOD. Green screen of death
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