Windows 10: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast Build 16294 for PC Insider

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  1.    22 Sep 2017 #190

    Fisher Mann said: View Post
    I also do a Macrium Reflect AND a ResetRecovery image from Brinks tut. Just backing up my backups, :) I stay pretty busy after each Insiders update
    I use Acronis True Image - BUT - follow the same procedure - back up my back ups - never failed me yet. Maybe we'll get a new build before the day is over and put Operation Backup/Backup into play -
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 16299.15
       22 Sep 2017 #191

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    Might try this if you think NVidia is at fault with the driver. If you can get this far. Hold down the shift key while you restart/power up, and it should take you to a path to Advanced Boot Options.

    http://www.thewindowsclub.com/inacce...-error-windows

    4] If you recently added a driver, restart your computer, enter Advanced Boot Options menu, select the Last Known Good Configuration option. You may boot Windows 10 into Safe Mode and try a system restore or a Rollback.
    Thanks for the tips, Safe mode is off the table for now, can't boot into it either. System will not go into Advanced Boot Options no matter what I attempt. I spooled up my other win 10 machine and am burning a recovery drive off of it right now to attempt that route. Don't know if the Nvidia drivers that MS added to the system borked it or not, was the only thing other than the IP's that has been added.

    Fisher Mann said: I also do a Macrium Reflect AND a ResetRecovery image from Brinks tut. Just backing up my backups, I stay pretty busy after each Insiders update

    I'm usually much better at backups, been in and out of the doc's this last week so they fell by the wayside, :P hell I even have 2X 1tb drives just for that just lost that round'tuit this week. :/
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    Windows 10 Skip Ahead Preview Build 18204
       22 Sep 2017 #192

    24c said: View Post
    What exactly does this mean? - I get the "no build teasers" part - I get the "no major features" part does "mostly bug fix releases" mean there will be builds released for mostly fixing bugs?

    Did I miss the part where she say we WILL or WILL NOT get new builds?
    Just what it says, 24c. We'll probably get a new Build every two or three days. Every time they fix a bug, we'll get the results to see if it's really, really fixed. We're less than a month away from RTM, which means no time for any new features that haven't already been shown to us.

    Most of our time will be spent installing and backing up new Builds. :)
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  5.    22 Sep 2017 #194

    Wynona said: View Post
    Just what it says, 24c. We'll probably get a new Build every two or three days. Every time they fix a bug, we'll get the results to see if it's really, really fixed. We're less than a month away from RTM, which means no time for any new features that haven't already been shown to us.
    Most of our time will be spent installing and backing up new Builds. :)
    Starting now with '296 -
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