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Will Win 10 20H2 kill/maim my 1909 DAW?

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I'm stable on 1909 but wondering if any users have made the leap to 20H2 on their DAWs and was it successful? 

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20H2 working OK for me - I had to drag my PC kicking and screaming as MS was convinced it was never ready for the update, but it's worked fine.

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8 hours ago, Kevin Perry said:

20H2 working OK for me - I had to drag my PC kicking and screaming as MS was convinced it was never ready for the update, but it's worked fine.


20H2 was a tricky one on my DAW machine too - the KORG USB driver and an old Native Instruments virtual CD Image driver were stopping it from upgrading, but once I removed them it was fine.

I'm now on 21H1 on all my Win 10 machines with no issues.

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Make sure you have a backup before installing H2.

Otherwise, from our testing here... it's performing pretty well.

 

There was an issue with Celestion's "Speaker Mix Pro" plugin (higher CPU use).

I need to test again... to see if that's been resolved.

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1 hour ago, Jim Roseberry said:

Make sure you have a backup before installing H2.

Otherwise, from our testing here... it's performing pretty well.

Backup is in place. Updated to 20H2 yesterday and all is working well so far.

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I've now gone to 21H1 and seems OK - I did have one blue screen(!), but I had one prior to 21H1 too (I think it's a bug in my HDMI audio driver).

It also looks like Windows hasn't done its fun thing of making me reinstall some drivers (older Edirol PCR keyboard)!

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