[OFFICIAL] Windows 10 RS4 - Build 17134 RTM

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  1. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    I used this easier decrypit ESD method, after I mounted the image it proceeded to check for updates and then install.. Didn't take that long either, probably max 20-30min. I was afk, when I returned it was waiting by login screen.
     
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    Just did it. Pretty easy, beats fresh install. So far all OK. Have to tinker around with some apps scaling. New scaling options in compatibility tab. Whole process done in about 30 mins.
     
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    This new build 17133.1 is so much smoother and faster than the previous build 16299.xxx. The installation was very fast too, less than 20 minutes at least.
     

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    That's really weird, I have VT-d and Intel Virtualization Technology both enabled in my Asus Maximus VI Hero and could boot the ISO (on a DVD) into UEFI mode and install without issues.
     
  6. PurSpyk!!

    PurSpyk!! Master Guru

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    Then you are lucky many have reported issues in the Feedback Hub about this problem, Microsoft to date have ignored it. Not too sure what it affects if not running, older version never had an issue with this enabled.
     
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    Got the update off of WU and upgrade install went flawlessly on my PowerSpec 1710.
     
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    Easy to check - Windows build version is shown in tool's version, on Details tab of Properties. And yeah, it's 16299 still for now.
     
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    Is this with VT or just VT-d, my bios does not have a VT-d option just VT, I do use VT for MV's.
    I guess VT-d is a new thing, my old Z77 MB doesn't support that.
     
  10. EdKiefer

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    Yeah, thanks I didn't even bother to DL it as it was listed Fall on the page.
     

  11. Ti3Kob

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    VT-d is nothing new, but it has to be supported by the CPU and the chipset, as well as requiring a compatible bios. From Sandy Bridge to Haswell I think, most if not all K series weren't compatible with VT-d, while the regular non-K series were. Many mainstream boards bioses are also missing an option to enable/disable VT-d, even if everything else is in a good shape for it to work. I had to contact Gigabyte support to get a VT-d compatible bios on my Westmere Xeon (socket 1366) platform, as none was available publicly. Asus are also known to have very dodgy VT-d support in their bioses for years.
     
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  12. -Tj-

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    Hasswell has ok VT, but never have extra native hw driver support, so its more compatible and faster because of that.

    Or something like that, I had this in my memory.. :)
     
  13. EdKiefer

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    Ok, thanks, now that you mentioned all that I do remember the K models having some features disabled that nonK had.
    Yeah, I have an Asus P8Z77Pro MB, I do need VT to work, anyway thanks for detailed explanation.
     
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    We're talking about visualization right? If so, this would only effect people running virtual machines right? I have it disabled in my bios so I never noticed any problems.
     
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    @EdKiefer
    I'm glad I could help :)
    VT-x is often turned on by default and called "Virtualization support", "Intel VT" or "Intel® Virtualization Technology". It's available on the vast majority of Intel CPUs less than a decade old and it shouldn't be an issue to have it enabled for this build to work as far as I've seen. VT-d (Intel® Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O) is IOMMU virtualization, needed to get PCI passthrough working for example, and is a rarer feature on mainstream hardware as it requires more work on both the board topology and bios/UEFI. It *can* be linked to the VT-x toggle in bios sometimes, but it definitely shouldn't be. Here the issue seems to be linked with VT-d only.

    @tensai28
    This will enable some hardware acceleration/features in virtual machines, yes. So indeed if you have no use for it disabling it is not an issue.

    In this case though, if your bios has it enabled by default and you can't turn it off, you may end up with a non-booting OS after installing this build. This is definitely a huge issue. The Westmere Xeon board I mentioned above is fine with this build and VT-d enabled though. It would be interesting to see if a specific brand or bios series is affected.. Let's hope MS fixes it before public release, else I smell bad Windows updates related news.
     

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    When is this officially rolling out ?
     
  17. LocoDiceGR

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    In 5 days they say...
     
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  18. -Tj-

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    You can try that ESD method, it is safe, I did a simple upgrade to keep all and its like nothing happened. :)

    Earlier updates win8.1 to Win10 and later to TH1, TH2 to RS1 where a bigger mess, I had to do a fresh clean install later each time.. After that its been ok.


    Now I'm a little surprised it didn't break any start tiles and modern apps, or start in general. :D
     
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    so are we saying this build better then the last few?
     
  20. BrainDedd

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    Now available in the release preview ring! Very soon for all it would seem!
     
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