Image Exploration GSOD Windows Insider 18252


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If the wrong area please move to correct.

Creating an image fine, restoration of image fine.

Issue:
Exploration, goto open the image, explore eg c: - enable restricted access and assign a drive letter. 
Macrium then does its thing, it tries to assign and open the folder, with the contents, then get a GSOD. 


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Hi,

This appears to be an issue with the WCIFS.SYS file-system filter driver that ships with the Windows Insider.

Please can you try the following...

1. Open an Administrator Command Prompt.
2. Enter the command "fltmc unload wcifs" and press ENTER.

This will unload the Windows Container Isolation File-System driver (until the next reboot) and should allow you to mount your Macrium Reflect images with a GSoD.

Kind Regards,
Macrium Support


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Macrium Development

Edited 1 November 2018 3:25 PM by JamieW
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JamieW - 8 October 2018 1:21 PM
Hi,

This appears to be an issue with the WCIFS.SYS file-system filter driver that ships with the Windows Insider.

Please can you try the following...

1. Open an Administrator Command Prompt.
2. Enter the command "fltmc /unload wcifs" and press ENTER.

This will unload the Windows Container Isolation File-System driver (until the next reboot) and should allow you to mount your Macrium Reflect images with a GSoD.

Kind Regards,
Macrium Support

Hi, thanks for the info. I just tried that CMD: Says 'invalid command'
 

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Running "fltmc help unload" indicates that the driver name is expected to be the full path to the SYS file.  You might be able to get away with just the file name if it's in a folder path listed in the PATH environment variable, but the file name without the extension wouldn't be sufficient.

Edited 8 October 2018 4:09 PM by jphughan
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jphughan - 8 October 2018 4:08 PM
Running "fltmc help unload" indicates that the driver name is expected to be the full path to the SYS file.  You might be able to get away with just the file name if it's in a folder path listed in the PATH environment variable, but the file name without the extension wouldn't be sufficient.

Thanks. Running: C:\>fltmc unload wcifs
seemed to unload the driver, and then the image exploration was ok. No GSOD.

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JamieW - 8 October 2018 1:21 PM
Hi,

This appears to be an issue with the WCIFS.SYS file-system filter driver that ships with the Windows Insider.

Please can you try the following...

1. Open an Administrator Command Prompt.
2. Enter the command "fltmc /unload wcifs" and press ENTER.

This will unload the Windows Container Isolation File-System driver (until the next reboot) and should allow you to mount your Macrium Reflect images with a GSoD.

Kind Regards,
Macrium Support

There is an error in the line

​​Enter the command "fltmc /unload wcifs" and press ENTER.

It should read ​"fltmc unload wcifs"  i.e. no forward backsklash.​
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I have tried this with all sorts of administrator privileges and using powershell but it wont unload wcifs
the other attributes for fltmc work but not the unload​
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^ Is an error message of some kind displayed? If so, what is it? Or maybe your system is actively using that driver and therefore you can’t use this workaround?
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