MRCBT events in the Windows event s log


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I don't use CBT but I apparently included the CBT support in the Reflect installation on one of my computers.  I think I've inactivated it, but there are many MRCBT event appearing each day in the Windows Events log - EventIDs 4,7,13, 5002, 5006, 5007.  Is this expected behavior?  The CBT function is obviously doing something even though (I think) I've inactivated it.

Is there a way to remove CBT support or would I need to uninstall Macrium Reflect and reinstall it without the CBT option selected?

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You should be able to uninstall just CBT by going to Programs and Features, selecting Reflect, clicking Change, selecting Modify, then unchecking CBT and proceeding through the wizard.

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Thanks.  I'll do that.  I gather that the events don't indicate a problem.

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jphughan - 30 March 2021 3:26 AM
You should be able to uninstall just CBT by going to Programs and Features, selecting Reflect, clicking Change, selecting Modify, then unchecking CBT and proceeding through the wizard.

I finally got around to doing this.  "Change" was not an option given - just various levels of uninstall:
  • Uninstall Macrium Reflect
  • Remove definitions, settings and scheduled tasks
  • Remove logs
  • Remove Windows PE component files
I uninstalled Reflect and reinstalled it without CBT.


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