Macrium viBoot v6.0.773 is available now


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Macrium viBoot v6.0.773 is available to download now:
http://www.macrium.com/viboot.aspx

Release Notes http://updates.macrium.com/viboot/v6.0/release_notes.html

New Features
  • Implemented Virtual Machine creation in WMI version 1.0. viBoot now supports Hyper-V running on Windows Server 2008 and above.
  • Improved the Virtual Machine creation user interface and added a step by step report of the creation process.
Known Issues
  • An issue has been reported where viBoot uses 100% of the CPU when the Virtual Machine repository is stored on a hard disk connected to a SATA controller configured in compatibility (IDE) mode on some motherboards. Configuring the SATA controller to run in native (SATA, AHCI, RAID) mode fixes this issue.



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Edited 29 July 2015 12:17 PM by Saul
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Is this version supposed to work on Windows 10 10240? Because it isn't working for me, same message as with the previous version "Macrium viBoot requires a minimum client operating system of Windows 8.1" I have Windows 10 Pro 10240
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Hi Sanya IV Litvyak

Thanks for posting. 

viBoot does indeed work with windows 10. Please can you update to the latest version which can be found here.

http://updates.macrium.com/viboot/v6.0/release_notes.html

You can find out which version you have installed by taking "Help -> About"

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Stephen - 31 July 2015 10:04 AM
Hi Sanya IV Litvyak

Thanks for posting. 

viBoot does indeed work with windows 10. Please can you update to the latest version which can be found here.

http://updates.macrium.com/viboot/v6.0/release_notes.html

You can find out which version you have installed by taking "Help -> About"

Hi Stephen,

That's what I did but I was still presented with the same window, I now tried uninstalling viBoot and installing the latest version directly without updating from a previous version and now it works, it seems as if updating from a version that doesn't work on Windows 10 doesn't fix the issue, you need to uninstall that first and then install the latest version.

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Actually nevermind, stopped working again... viboot.log is empty.. =/

http://forum.macrium.com/uploads/images/bce9cb42-6e7d-4023-a16a-ce1a.png
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Hi 

Thanks for getting back. Can you confirm that the issue persists after rebooting?

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Nick - 1 August 2015 3:58 PM
Hi 

Thanks for getting back. Can you confirm that the issue persists after rebooting?

Hi,

I can confirm that the issue persists after rebooting and in fact only manifested after rebooting.

Timeline:
1. Uninstall previous viBoot
2. Install viBoot 773(?) (latest)
3. Run viBoot <- Launched fine
4. Reboot
5. Run viBoot <- Error message
6. Repeating 4 & 5 doesn't change the result.
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Thanks for that . We are investigating.

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Hi 

Apologies for the confusion. 

Can you please ensure that you launch viBoot from the installed Desktop short-cut or directly from Windows Explorer.  We will issue an update shortly to enable launching from the Start menu. 

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Nick - 1 August 2015 5:40 PM
Hi 

Apologies for the confusion. 

Can you please ensure that you launch viBoot from the installed Desktop short-cut or directly from Windows Explorer.  We will issue an update shortly to enable launching from the Start menu. 

Hi,

I like my desktop clean so I removed the shortcut, it is however true that I used that to launch viboot the first time before the reboot and then start-menu after the reboot. Launching C:\Program Files\Macrium\Macrium viBoot\viBoot.exe directly from windows explorer works. Smile
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