Discussion in 'BugCentral' started by Dick Hampikian, Nov 13, 2017.
iReboot won't start in Windows 10 Creator version. It must start in emulation mode Windows 8.
I have that and iReboot is working OK in mine. Do you have the latest version?
Also try turning off Fast Startup and then restart your machine and see if that helps.
Tutorial for BIOS-based systems: Turn On or Off Fast Startup in Windows 10
Tutorial for UEFI-based systems: Enable or Disable Fast Boot in UEFI Firmware Settings for Windows
Have issue with iReboot (Win10 prof 32):
Works finne with Win10, but It happens often that the iRboot icon doesn't react anymore (no selection menu shown).
Need to restart system to get iReboot work again...
Have already tryed without success (version 126.96.36.199). Issue not reproducible, happens sporadically...
What could I do when it happens again?
Let's hope someone else spots this and offers advice.
Is somebody of neosmart reading here?
I'll page someone.
Have you tried reinstalling it? I also assume that you have EasyBCD installed on one of your partitions?
... see above...:
Have already tryed without success (version 188.8.131.52).
Yes, I have EasyBCD installed on one partition, controling 9 other partitions...
@mqudsi @Terry60 any ideas?
Sorry, haven't used iReboot for years (because I never use(d) W10 or W8 except to apply monthly patches, there's no need for me to switch boots any more)
iReboot runs in one of two different modes, depending on whether UAC is enabled or not. If UAC is enabled, the iReboot background service must be running for the menu to show up. Can you check the status of the service?
I suppose this regards my post...
Yes, UAC is active and ireboot service is running (at the moment).
But thanks for the hint. As mentioned above
Next time the issue occurs I will be testing if the service ist running. Maybe it's killed for some reason...
B.t.w., when it happens, the task tray icon doesn't react anymore (shows no menue at right click)
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