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Macrium Reflect v7.2.3825
« on: November 09, 2018, 08:40:38 pm »

Macrium Reflect v7.2.3825 (2nd November 2018)

Bug Fixes:

  • Extended Windows Shutdown Times
    Some customers have experienced extended Windows shutdown times and have been unable to perform a safe Removal of USB storage devices when the Macrium Changed Block Tracker (CBT) driver is installed. This has been resolved.

    Note: This patch will require a reboot. The initial reboot will still be using the previous CBT driver, so may take an extended amount of time to shutdown. The new CBT driver will be active after the initial reboot.

    Windows XP/Vista/7 Scheduled Tasks Exit Code
  • Scheduled backups on Windows XP/Vista/7 could complete with code 0xff. Tasks would complete successfully but error as the application was unloading. This has been resolved.

Initial Macrium Reflect v7.2 Public Release v7.2.3811 - 30th October 2018

New in Macrium Reflect 7.2

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Re: Macrium Reflect v7.2
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2019, 08:17:26 pm »
Latest stable version is Macrium Reflect v7.2.3954 (12-17-2018)

What's New v7.2.3954 - 17th December 2018

  • Compatibility with Windows 10 Insider Preview 1809 (18290/8)

    System Image files can now be mounted in the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview release. We've worked around the Windows Container Isolation File System (wcifs) bug that caused a GSoD with earlier releases of Reflect.

    Bug Fixes

  • Macrium Changed Block Tracker (MRCBT)

    • The following issues have been resolved...
    • The number of error events that CBT writes to the System event log has been significantly reduced.
    • On some systems, CBT could cause a BSoD if a third-party device driver split a request to read or write from a volume into multiple, smaller reads or writes.
    • On some x86 systems, CBT could fail to read the NTFS transaction log due to a low memory condition. This resulted in a failed backup reporting a read error occurred due to insufficient system resources.
    • Various dates reported by CBT were displayed in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) format, not the currently configured local time zone format.

  • Backup End Toast Notification

    The notification displayed when a scheduled backup completes now includes the xml backup definition file name.

  • Rescue Media Builder ISO File
    If an alternative Windows 'temp' path was set with insufficient space for the ISO file then RMBuilder would not report an error and create an invalid file. This has been resolved

  • Various

    Minor UI changes.