Legacy kernel mode driver


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Keith Weisshar
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Do I need to uninstall Macrium Reflect and all other software that uses legacy kernel mode drivers each time I update to the next insider build of Windows 10 due to Microsoft blocking kernel mode drivers by default to avoid an inaccessible boot device error due to IoBlockLegacyFsFilters being set to blocked on the future versions of Windows 10?
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A Reflect update was released just today that includes a version of the CBT driver that doesn't create this problem.  Obviously that doesn't address any other applications that use legacy mode drivers.  Hopefully their developers have similar fixes soon.

Edited 22 February 2018 3:33 AM by jphughan
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