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  1.    07 Jul 2017 #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackroseMD1 View Post
    Yeah, I'd seen that you said your issues had been fixed. Mine still haven't, unfortunately, at least on an upgrade install. I finally just bit the bullet and did a clean install with this new build. I'll get to testing gaming once I'm off work. Got my fingers crossed that I can enter buildings in GTA again without the GraphicsPerfSvc service stopping and restarting which causes graphics to hang.
    Sorry to hear that--all my builds are upgrades--it's been well over a year since my last clean install. Good luck--hope your problems get sorted!
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  2.    07 Jul 2017 #102
    Join Date : Sep 2014
    Adelaide, South Australia
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    W10 Pro x64. W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview

    16237.1001 installed without any hiccups for me. First time for several builds that there has been no drama. And I had Vipre, Malwarebytes Pro, CryptoPrevent installed and running when the update process started. All my internal drives and peripherals were connected.
    Alt+keys codes is working here in FF, and in Notepadd ++. FF remained as my default browser, and System Protection remained enabled.
    It was a slow update, I didn't time it precisely, but about 2 hours. More time on the "Installing updates" (I like the new % reporting) than on the "Working on updates" segments. And this time "Working on updates" stayed on my primary monitor, I think. I left my desk at the start of that segment, and when I returned it was at 55% on my primary monitor. During previous updates the display has switched to my 3rd monitor (onboard graphics) for the 32% to 75% segment
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  3.    07 Jul 2017 #103
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    Toronto
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    Win 10 Pro x64

    As usual, it takes a while to get past this...


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  4.    07 Jul 2017 #104
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    Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16281

    Quote Originally Posted by badrobot View Post
    I just got the time to do this...

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    Hope it's going well for you, Robot.
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  5.    07 Jul 2017 #105
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    Adobe Reader DC problem and solution 16237


    Don't know if anyone else is having this particular problem, but this is the second recent IP build I've had this problem with and I *thought* it was Microsoft disabling Adobe Acrobat Reader DC to force me to run Edge as my default .pdf reader (which really stinks, btw, compared to Acro reader DC.) Well, turns out it has nothing to do with Windows IP builds...it's a misconfiguration problem Adobe Reader has with a couple of the IP builds, including 16237, apparently. Reader DC version 17.009.20044.

    What happened is that Adobe reader DC wasn't uninstalled by the installation of 16237, had all of its defaults, and would run from the desktop or by double-clicking a .pdf--but without opening a screen! Only way to know it was indeed running was to check the Task Manager, of course. The last time that happened I fixed it by uninstalling and reinstalling reader DC, and I chalked it off as a one-time fluke. This time the reinstall didn't work at all. So I thought it might be a conflict with a recent driver install, or one of the little programs I run at boot, so I booted into safe mode under 16237 to see if Reader would open there. It opened--but not to the main application! Instead, I got a fairly large requester generated by the Reader program (easy to see since safe mode opens low res) that informed me that my OS was incompatible with Reader's Protected Mode configuration, and I got the choice of options to either turn it off permanently (which I did) or to turn it off just once. I applied my choice to the Adobe Reader program, and it then opened fine in safe mode, so I rebooted to normal mode and now the program is running fine.

    Apparently, the default install mode of Reader DC is to its own protected mode--that is incompatible with this build of Windows. Still have no idea why the option to turn off Protected Mode did not open from my desktop, but only in safe mode. Thought I might pass this on if anyone else sees this particular problem.

    Build looks fine, so far--no problem upgrading--very smooth and quick.
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  6.    07 Jul 2017 #106
    Join Date : Nov 2014
    Floyd, VA
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    Triple Boot Windows 10 IP Build 17040/Windows Server 2016/Debian Sid

    UUPtoISO completed successfully in the VM. But it going to take quite a while to install. Here's a screenshot of my Siduction desktop. It's Cinnamon. If it's taking this long on configuring what about the "working on updates" phase? Anyway I'll get back to my physical Windows 10 and work with the Hyper-V enhancements when this completes. Click image for larger version. 

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  7.    07 Jul 2017 #107
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    Toronto
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wynona View Post
    Hope it's going well for you, Robot.
    And as usual, again, took just about an hour like the last 3 builds...

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  8.    07 Jul 2017 #108
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    Windows 10 Professional

    All in!!!

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    Too late to look around though.
    I'll take a closer look tomorrow.
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  9.    07 Jul 2017 #109
    Join Date : Jun 2014
    San Diego, CA
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    Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview x64

    So, apparently Windows doesn't think I have DX9 installed despite me installing the June 2010 redistributables. Makes it so that I can't download a lot of apps.

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  10.    07 Jul 2017 #110
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    Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16281

    Quote Originally Posted by waltc View Post
    Don't know if anyone else is having this particular problem, but this is the second recent IP build I've had this problem with and I *thought* it was Microsoft disabling Adobe Acrobat Reader DC to force me to run Edge as my default .pdf reader (which really stinks, btw, compared to Acro reader DC.) Well, turns out it has nothing to do with Windows IP builds...it's a misconfiguration problem Adobe Reader has with a couple of the IP builds, including 16237, apparently. Reader DC version 17.009.20044.

    What happened is that Adobe reader DC wasn't uninstalled by the installation of 16237, had all of its defaults, and would run from the desktop or by double-clicking a .pdf--but without opening a screen! Only way to know it was indeed running was to check the Task Manager, of course. The last time that happened I fixed it by uninstalling and reinstalling reader DC, and I chalked it off as a one-time fluke. This time the reinstall didn't work at all. So I thought it might be a conflict with a recent driver install, or one of the little programs I run at boot, so I booted into safe mode under 16237 to see if Reader would open there. It opened--but not to the main application! Instead, I got a fairly large requester generated by the Reader program (easy to see since safe mode opens low res) that informed me that my OS was incompatible with Reader's Protected Mode configuration, and I got the choice of options to either turn it off permanently (which I did) or to turn it off just once. I applied my choice to the Adobe Reader program, and it then opened fine in safe mode, so I rebooted to normal mode and now the program is running fine.

    Apparently, the default install mode of Reader DC is to its own protected mode--that is incompatible with this build of Windows. Still have no idea why the option to turn off Protected Mode did not open from my desktop, but only in safe mode. Thought I might pass this on if anyone else sees this particular problem.

    Build looks fine, so far--no problem upgrading--very smooth and quick.
    Walt, I tried opening a couple of PDF files and they opened fine. In fact, for once, Microsoft left my default of Reader DC version 17.009.20044 alone and didn't try to change it.

    They even left Firefox as my default browser! I guess I'm gonna have to test Edge a bit in this Build, but it wasn't very good in Build 16232, so I don't expect much more from this version.
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