Can you post the PowerPoint for this?
Currently I'm only dual booting Win7 and Win 8.1 on one system and Win10 on another so I have had no problems.
Are the dangers of dual booting discussed in this article true?
I would appreciate any help with that.
If you have Windows 10 and UEFI then you can use the following shortcut to add to the boot menu:
Attach .vhd(x), note the drive letter assigned, if D:\,
then in elevated command prompt enter: Bcdboot D:\Windows
I could not update Windows 8 to 8.1 or 8.1 to 10 or even do the Insider previews when booting to .vhd. So I would do the update in Hyper-V.
It is a lot more work but can be done.
May 20, 2016 at 6:27AM
I did a search for others that have started having this problem within the last 24 hours and there are others.
May 20, 2016 at 6:18AM
Well, it's worse now. Not only can I not hibernate, I cannot even shutdown (Win10). I had to power off then run then it requested to run restart and do the disk repair 2x.
The problem started after the latest windows update and nothing else has been change with my system.
May 19, 2016 at 5:43PM
Can I, in Win2012 R2, setup a mirrored vDisk, using 2-1TB drives and also turn on Data Deduplication to get back the 1TB I lose by mirroring... and have confidence that all the Data Deduplicate links, meta data, magic stuff is mirrored?
Also, why did you recommend against Storage Spaces (in a previous video) when MS appeared to push it as the way to go?
I'm curious about Data Deduplication. I've seen from the utility that it can save upward of 50% with normal files and 90% with some virtual HDs.
May 19, 2016 at 5:35PM
I just started having the same problem with Hibernation after the latest windows updates. I would press my sleep key combination, it would appear to hibernate but then the screen would come back if I moved the mouse or tapped a key. Even selecting the menu option wouldn't work. Finally, I just shutdown.
Yesterday, it worked ok. I'll have to see what happens today at the end of work.
How about Littlebits?