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fyi  -- It has been reported that KB4532693 and KB4524244 could cause issues with boot managers --- 

https://www.techradar.com/news/the-latest-windows-10-updates-are-causing-more-serious-issues
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Frank Esposito - 14 February 2020 4:29 PM
fyi  -- It has been reported that KB4532693 and KB4524244 could cause issues with boot managers --- 

https://www.techradar.com/news/the-latest-windows-10-updates-are-causing-more-serious-issues

Thanks everyone for posting on this problem.

We've discovered that RMBuilder.exe v7.2.4711 can create a BCD entry with an invalid path syntax which causes the 0xc000000f error. This occurs if the PE version is changed and the boot menu is re-built, or if built from scratch. This explains why the problem hasn't been seen by all. 

We'll have an update available as soon as we've confirmed the fix. Apologies for the inconvenience this has caused.

Kind Regards

Nick - Macrium Support



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Nick - 14 February 2020 4:40 PM
Frank Esposito - 14 February 2020 4:29 PM
fyi  -- It has been reported that KB4532693 and KB4524244 could cause issues with boot managers --- 

https://www.techradar.com/news/the-latest-windows-10-updates-are-causing-more-serious-issues

Thanks everyone for posting on this problem.

We've discovered that RMBuilder.exe v7.2.4711 can create a BCD entry with an invalid path syntax which causes the 0xc000000f error. This occurs if the PE version is changed and the boot menu is re-built, or if built from scratch. This explains why the problem hasn't been seen by all. 

We'll have an update available as soon as we've confirmed the fix. Apologies for the inconvenience this has caused.

Good news.   Thanks for jumping in, @Nick .... will the fix also address the problem of cascaded /macrium subdirectories in c:/boot if a user changes the volume used for the recovery data?   Also, are you still suspecting involvement of Fast Startup?


 L W "Dan" Danz, Overland Park KS 
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Edited 14 February 2020 4:49 PM by L. W. "Dan" Danz
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L. W. "Dan" Danz - 14 February 2020 4:48 PM
Nick - 14 February 2020 4:40 PM
Frank Esposito - 14 February 2020 4:29 PM
fyi  -- It has been reported that KB4532693 and KB4524244 could cause issues with boot managers --- 

https://www.techradar.com/news/the-latest-windows-10-updates-are-causing-more-serious-issues

Thanks everyone for posting on this problem.

We've discovered that RMBuilder.exe v7.2.4711 can create a BCD entry with an invalid path syntax which causes the 0xc000000f error. This occurs if the PE version is changed and the boot menu is re-built, or if built from scratch. This explains why the problem hasn't been seen by all. 

We'll have an update available as soon as we've confirmed the fix. Apologies for the inconvenience this has caused.

Good news.   Thanks for jumping in, @Nick .... will the fix also address the problem of cascaded /macrium subdirectories in c:/boot if a user changes the volume used for the recovery data?   Also, are you still suspecting involvement of Fast Startup?

Hi Dan

The creation of the cascading sub directories has been fixed. If detected, the existing folders will be deleted and correct folder structure will be re-created under '\boot'.

Fast Startup is a red herring in this instance but it has been known not to play well with BCD entries in the past. 

Again, apologies for the for the inconvenience this has caused. 


Kind Regards

Nick - Macrium Support



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