Known issues in Windows 10 January Preview build 9926

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  1. echrada's Avatar
    Posts : 70
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #11

    My expectations might have been too high for this build. Will leave it until next build.
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  2. TechnoMage's Avatar
    Posts : 378
    Win 7 Pro/32, Win 10 Pro/64/32
       #12

    In 30+ years, I've never had a log-on password on my personal home computer, and being forced to have one now is a real deal breaker.

    How can I get rid of that nuisance? (also known as a pain in the arse)

    After customizing Windows 8.1 to my own liking, I can now work with it as easily as my favorite, XP-Pro-SP3, and I'd like to be able to do the same thing with Windows 10..... if not, I'll never be a ten-fan.

    Cheers Mates!
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  3. Charlie's Avatar
    Posts : 719
    win 7 dual boot / 10
       #13

    Try this https://www.tenforums.com/redirect-to...html%3Fltr%3DL

    This will keep you from having to log in at start up. However it will need some tweeking to keep you from having to reenter after sleep mode I think. Good luck to you and enjoy your 10 install :)
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  4. Lee's Avatar
    Lee
    Posts : 4,793
    OS X, Win 10
       #14

    John Pombrio said:
    One other bug has followed through a couple of builds now. My two 3TB hard drives spin down all the time even tho I have them set to never in the power menu. I thought it was just me but there is a large number of people complaining about it on the Win10 feedback forum.

    I use NoSleepHD v 2.0 with auto startup with the timer every 4 minutes. Pain to have to wake a drive every 10 minutes just to look at a file.
    Hi John, what do you consider a large number remembering that over a million and a half folks are using the TP windows 10. . .:)
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  5. gzt7d8's Avatar
    Posts : 318
    Windows 10 Pro
       #15

    Someone had acknowledged this problem in build 9879 (which I had too) but I'm also now seeing it in 9926.

    I used the NETPLWIZ command to get the automatic sign on every time I would boot up to the desktop. What I saw in 9879 and now in 9926 is 2 Account Pictures when the Welcome Screen flashes before loading the desktop. It was not seen prior to this change only after I applied the change.

    So are others seeing this too? Is there a fix, or has someone reported this issue to MS? (I suspect they would frown on this kind of "hack")
    Last edited by gzt7d8; 25 Jan 2015 at 13:02.
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  6. Posts : 1
    W10 TP2
       #16

    I have been experiencing these 2 bugs so far:

    John Pombrio said:
    One other bug has followed through a couple of builds now. My two 3TB hard drives spin down all the time even tho I have them set to never in the power menu. I thought it was just me but there is a large number of people complaining about it on the Win10 feedback forum.

    I use NoSleepHD v 2.0 with auto startup with the timer every 4 minutes. Pain to have to wake a drive every 10 minutes just to look at a file.
    Same here, but NoSleepHD in administrator mode crash after minimized. It seems that changing spin down setting from 0 minutes to 999 works.

    There is a thread in Microsoft forums with a similar bug since November ( Build 9879 turning HDD on and off continuously - Microsoft Community )

    gzt7d8 said:
    Someone had acknowledged this problem in build 9879 (which I had too) but I'm also now seeing it in 9926.

    I used the NETPLWIZ command to get the automatic sign on every time I would boot up to the desktop. What I saw in 9879 and now in 9926 is 2 Account Pictures when the Welcome Screen flashes before loading the desktop. It was not seen prior to this change only after I applied the change.

    So are others seeing this too? Is there a fix, or has someone reported this issue to MS? (I suspect they would frown on this kind of "hack")
    My image appears 2 times, and once in a while, autologin doesn't work and says my password is wrong.

    EDIT: Autologin stopped working at all, so I reverted Netplwiz changes. Sysinternals Autologon.exe is working for now ( live.sysinternals.com ) (I think it works doing the autologin registry method). Your username is your Microsoft account email address.
    Last edited by wfe46; 27 Jan 2015 at 12:13.
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