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FYI: The new Firefox Update 57.0.3, 64 bit would not install. I had to disable MIG and restart computer to install.


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James Cole - 29 December 2017 8:34 PM
FYI: The new Firefox Update 57.0.3, 64 bit would not install. I had to disable MIG and restart computer to install.

Thanks for your post.

We're not seeing this. Firefox has updated without problems with MIG installed and running:


Can you let us know how the FireFox update failed and what MIG events are shown (If any)?


Kind Regards

Nick - Macrium Support

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Nick - 30 December 2017 7:00 PM
James Cole - 29 December 2017 8:34 PM
FYI: The new Firefox Update 57.0.3, 64 bit would not install. I had to disable MIG and restart computer to install.

Thanks for your post.

We're not seeing this. Firefox has updated without problems with MIG installed and running:


Can you let us know how the FireFox update failed and what MIG events are shown (If any)?

You know how computers behave sometimes. Maybe it was an anomaly? Problem solved. Thanks.


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Here is the data for Macrium V5 with the same hardware. It took 2 hrs 35 min: I/O Performance: Read 2.0 Gb/s - Write 502.0 Mb/s So, V7.1 is much faster.


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I think you meant to post this in the other thread you recently created asking about backup times, not this thread about Firefox, but I don't think USB 3.0 was commonplace when V5 was the current release, so that could account for the improvement today.  Glad you're happy! Smile

Edited 3 January 2018 12:56 AM by jphughan
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jphughan - 3 January 2018 12:56 AM
I think you meant to post this in the other thread you recently created asking about backup times, not this thread about Firefox, but I don't think USB 3.0 was commonplace when V5 was the current release, so that could account for the improvement today.  Glad you're happy! Smile

Always...Macrium  has saved my ass many times including Ransom Ware. They wanted money... I just re imaged. ..Fools.


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