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    Default iReboot 2.0 Discussion Thread

    Given that the official iReboot 2.0 beta thread is locked, you guys can use this thread to discuss iReboot 2.0

    Happy beta testing!
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    Pretty cool.
    I'll have to test this new version.

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    Thanks, Jake Hope you like it!
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    I'll be downloading it this evening. I havent quite got around to wiping my laptop of XP so I should be able to test this out

    Does this mean Easy2's release is near?

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    Yep... God willing, of course!

    Thanks for testing it out
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    Just looked over the command line use. Does it support specifying well-known GUIDs like {ntldr}?

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    Yep. I spent an hour validating the BCD GUIDs, then realized that wouldn't work with the well-known identifiers, so I undid that code
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    Hmm, I just thought of something...

    Since GUIDs must be specified it would be great to have a switch where a quick MsgBox is displayed listing the GUIDs and their descriptions so one could quickly copy or verify they've got the correct GUID in their batch files/scripts w/o need to have EasyBCD opened or installed.

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    Could do that.

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    Well, the UAC problem is back. iReboot.exe crashes if its set to autostart, or as soon as you try to start it manually. If its started elevated it doesn't crash. Don't know if you forgot support for it or the service is not working correctly. Went ahead and attached the mini dumps if you need them.

    A nice feature btw would be to allow the user to de-select a selected entry when "reboot on selection" is disabled, in case they change their mind.
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    Weird. It definitely shouldn't be requiring admin privileges! I'll check that out.
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    Its not requesting admin rights, its just crashing. When I manually elevate it it works properly.

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    In build 17?
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    I don't know about build 17, haven't tried it yet (I noticed you had posted a new build after I posted that). I'll check into it a little later on, got some other things to take care of right now.

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    OK, tyt.
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