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  1. Hey Guys, Hope you don't have to experience what I have with the 1607 anniversary Windows 10 update. If you have multiple drives for your media I would not recommend updating. I performed a clean install of Windows 10 1607 which was downloaded from Microsoft and made ready with Rufus. All good until I had installed all of my programmes and music production libraries which took me three days to complete. I started to lose contents of the folders on my D drive so I would reboot and Windows would not recognise the hard drive. If I shutdown the PC and switched it off from the pSU and drained down power and fire it up again it would work. I kept getting this happen and repeat the process until it not only got worse but another drive would disappear too. In the end I switched around drives and disconnected drives to no avail. I have a power controller feeding all of my drives so that I can switch drives off because they are just for backup purposes. I disconnected this and refed the drives from the PSU and no change. My last option was to plug the C Drive into the slots that the other Drives had been in and disappeared and it never failed once. I knew then that it was a WIndows 10 1607 issue. Microsoft had released an update but if I am correct this was to correct Windows moving files or folders around in the C Drive. So I spent all of last weekend performing a clean install of Windows 10 1511 and guess what? No issues whatsoever with this version. Oh and I actually performed two clean installs of 1607 before reverting back to 1511. Just a word of caution
  2. I have Windows 10 build 1607 with Edge Browser 38.14393.0.0 This new update browser now supports h.265 and Opus, which is fantastic. I know folks have bad tastes in their mouth about windows products mainly Microsoft browsers but this one really seems to be a winner. Anyhow my issue is simple the embeded playback utility will not load in the edge browser and in turn no audio will play. Please fix this as soon as you can, Thanks! BTW the reason you see the bar in this pic is because this is Chrome but I copied to illustrate the bar/embedded player that I'm talking about that is missing from Edge browser.
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