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    This morning, when I turned on my new Windows 10 computer, Rollback Rx did not take its scheduled snapshot (even though fast boot is disabled), and then Windows showed up with a less than fully customized desktop, and with most of the Windows functions not working. Fortunately, I was able to roll back my system to an earlier Rollback Rx snapshot. But naturally I'm worried. Could this have been a problem with Rollback Rx or with this new build? (Secure boot is enabled.) Thank you in advance for any help or advice that anyone can give.

    UPDATE: Later in the day, my problem became even worse, and I couldn't even boot up. Fortunately I had an external back up image that I was able to restore. But my suspicion is that the problem was between Rollback Rx. and secure boot (even though Rollback installed without any hitches). I've since disabled secure boot and gone back to the previous version of 10.5 (just to be safe). But I am very dubious about whether build 7820 has really solved the secure boot problem, at least not for a Lenovo IdeaCenter 300 desktop. Or maybe it's even worse than that. Maybe the new feature of booting from the PE environment -- whatever that is -- causes problems on some systems whether secure boot is enabled or not. But I don't feel like experimenting to find out, at least not yet.
    Last edited by dbolotin; 02-16-2017, 03:55 PM.

  • #2
    Hello dbolotin,

    Thank you for your response and apologies for the late response here. We recommend to use the latest version of RollBack Rx Professional as it has better compatibility support for Windows 10 and also bug fixes with the software. We recommend to disable fast boot with Windows 10 as Windows doesn't allow RollBack Rx to create a new snapshot at first boot of the day if it's enabled. Here is the download link below for the latest version of RollBack Rx:

    If you have any further questions, feel free to let us know!


    • #3
      Hello ShainalR,

      Thanks for getting back to me, even though this seems like a blast from the past. I never did reinstall build 7820, but I did later install versions 8295 and (subsequently) 0906, and neither of them has the problem with Secure Boot that gave me so much trouble with build 7820. And the release notes for version 8295 even mention that they fixed the Secure Boot issue.


      • #4
        Hello dbolotin,

        Thank you for your response. No problem, if you have any further questions on this, feel free to let me know!