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  1.    4 Weeks Ago #431
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    Quote Originally Posted by fjk61011 View Post
    Successful upgrade. No problems. The is also an ESDdirectory which is empty
    Happy for you. Just dis a clean install with 16296 which went flawlessly; and then up to 17017. Same old issue with volsnap.sys. And 17017, Canít install. So will just wait til a full release iso from ms.
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  2.    4 Weeks Ago #432
    Join Date : Oct 2017
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    Windows 10 Pro Insiders Builds

    Quote Originally Posted by magilla View Post
    There is something wrong with programming/code. Too many of us are having problems with page fault in nonpaged area BSOD and pointing to volsnap.sys. I am really pi**ed about this. I have spent last night and most of today getting one computer up and running and it isn't happening. I am now doing a clean, total install. I have also discovered that - once again - the wonderful world of MS has downloaded a video driver that will not allow my computer to come out of sleep mode -- this is on a working computer (HA HA)
    Well, so much for the clean install on my other computer. It just BSOD'd with our favorite term!
    Dude, relax, did you even know what insiders build is? you don't suppose to use this builds in "production" PCs, insiders builds is only for testers, this builds is only for people who want to test early builds of windows, and your PC may die in the process, if you don't like or even understand the danger, why are you using this builds?

    If theres an error( like this ), wait for the patch or trick and move on, if you don't approve that, go to public builds
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  3.    4 Weeks Ago #433
    Join Date : Oct 2017
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    Windows 10 Build 17004.

    Quote Originally Posted by HippsieGypsie View Post
    Hi there, PaulLemonidis and Chazzo125. Welcome to Windows TenForums.

    Please read back and youíll see the fix. The volsnap.sys file was either corrupt or badly reworked/rewritten. Simply disconnect any interior secondary drive(s), let it update, replace the file with an older one, reconnect the drive(s), and you'll be good to go.
    Thanks. Finally got there but not in quite the way you suggested but similar. There is defintely a problem with the volsnap.sys file in C:\windows\system32\drivers. Hopefully this may help others.

    I extracted the ISO I have and put the entire contents in a folder called 17017 directly off the root of my SSD. I then unplugged my two external drives that I use for backup purposes. Now here is the intereting part. Those drives are both conencted using Esata so to the OS they appear as two extra internal SATA drives. Upon doing so I could upgrade fine. However, what I forgot was the second internal SATA HDD but the upgrade went fine nonetheless. However, upon plugging either of those two drives back in the machine refused to boot correctly and now presented me with a GSOD (was blue before). The error clearly stated volsnp.sys was the problem. I thus unplugged the drives and was able to boot up fine again. Upon doing so I copied across a copy of volsnap.sys from C:\windows.old\windows\system\drivers, overwriting the current one in C:\windows\system32\drivers. I am now able to plug those drives in and boot 17017 sucessfully. I think that is pretty positive confirmation there is a problem with volsnap.sys in 17017 and certain hardware configurations. Once again thanks for your help.
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  4.    4 Weeks Ago #434
    Join Date : Jan 2015
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    Windows 10 and windows insider

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulLemonidis View Post
    Thanks. Finally got there but not in quite the way you suggested but similar. There is defintely a problem with the volsnap.sys file in C:\windows\system32\drivers. Hopefully this may help others.

    I extracted the ISO I have and put the entire contents in a folder called 17017 directly off the root of my SSD. I then unplugged my two external drives that I use for backup purposes. Now here is the intereting part. Those drives are both conencted using Esata so to the OS they appear as two extra internal SATA drives. Upon doing so I could upgrade fine. However, what I forgot was the second internal SATA HDD but the upgrade went fine nonetheless. However, upon plugging either of those two drives back in the machine refused to boot correctly and now presented me with a GSOD (was blue before). The error clearly stated volsnp.sys was the problem. I thus unplugged the drives and was able to boot up fine again. Upon doing so I copied across a copy of volsnap.sys from C:\windows.old\windows\system\drivers, overwriting the current one in C:\windows\system32\drivers. I am now able to plug those drives in and boot 17017 sucessfully. I think that is pretty positive confirmation there is a problem with volsnap.sys in 17017 and certain hardware configurations. Once again thanks for your help.
    Sounds similar to my conundrum with my usb drives. I did a clean install and saved nothing and still have the problem. I’m through with that upgrade.
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  5.    4 Weeks Ago #435
    Join Date : Apr 2016
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    Windows 10

    You can also use DISM


    After numerous failed upgrades due to 0xC1900101, just wanted to report that if you're still on 17004 or earlier, you can also create an ISO of 17017, extract the contents to your harddrive and then mount install.wim using DISM and replace the volsnap.sys in the mounted wim's Windows\system32\drivers folder with the volsnap.sys from your current Window's folder. Then just run setup.exe from your extracted ISO folder. That finally worked for me.
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  6.    4 Weeks Ago #436
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    Turku
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    Windows 10 Pro IP Build 16299.19 (Branch: RS3 Release)

    Quote Originally Posted by pigpenz View Post
    anyway having read all this I disconnected my WD usb drives and did the restart and got the 17017 build after ten tries.
    connected my usb drives back up and immediately got the GSOD with the volsnap.sys error again......disconnected the drives and it started up fine....dont know if this is a consequence of the release of fall creators update as it was 9am PST
    Quote Originally Posted by Vinatero View Post
    I have also this problem, with my Toshiba DTB310 external drive. Other two external drives are working well with 17017.
    Quote Originally Posted by pigpenz View Post
    plugged one drive in this time and went from GSOD to BSOD......ouch
    both are running in ext usb 3 slots
    Quote Originally Posted by magilla View Post
    Thanks, for the comment - yes I've tried every combination of drive in every USB 3 slot and nada!
    AHHAAH!!! Can we see a pattern here? I have had stability issues with USB too on many builds, especially with USB3 devices. Windows and USB has always been unreliable since release of Windows 8.0. I doubt it will improve much in the near future, though they may give it a bit of first-aid and then forget about it.
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  7.    4 Weeks Ago #437
    Join Date : Nov 2015
    Romania
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    Windows 10 Insider Build / Ubuntu 16.10

    Is anyone here using MPC-HC + madVR? I'm having some issues with it since I updated to this build.
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  8.    4 Weeks Ago #438
    Join Date : Nov 2014
    The Netherlands
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    Win 10 Pro x64 1607 (Build 14393.953)

    Seeing the creation of the ultimate RM flat-line in 17017 is always a great way to start my day with!


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    Cheers
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  9.    4 Weeks Ago #439
    Join Date : Apr 2017
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    latest Win10 Insider build

    Quote Originally Posted by pigpenz View Post
    On skippy always get error cx1900101and volsnap.sys error
    on fast, installed fine didn't even know it had installed on other machine over weekend
    Yeah, it looks like I did myself a huge favor by avoiding Skippy, and sticking with Active development!!!!
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  10.    4 Weeks Ago #440
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    Serbia
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    W10 Insider + Linux

    Downloaded with MCT 16299.15 , mounted it on a USB a started installation over this 17004. It didn't keep any stuff but installed properly. Once I set everything up I'll make MR backup of it and try to install 17017 on top of it.
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