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accepted Will an app running in Windows 8.1's Assigned Access mode receive automatic app updates?
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comment Will an app running in Windows 8.1's Assigned Access mode receive automatic app updates?
After thinking this through, it doesn't really matter. Assuming the app could automatically update, the next problem is that it wouldn't reliably launch under assigned access. Thanks for the insight!
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comment Will an app running in Windows 8.1's Assigned Access mode receive automatic app updates?
My question is less "will assigned access continue to work?" and more "will the app update without user intervention?" In my scenario, an app will be running in assigned access mode 24x7 under a user account with automatic app updates configured. Will that app ever actually have an opportunity to update (during reboots or otherwise?)
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comment How can I change the default search provider in IE10 Metro?
Is indeed a duplicate; didn't catch the other topic in search. Thanks much!
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asked How can I change the default search provider in IE10 Metro?
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accepted Unable to boot into Windows partitions on early-2008 MacBook Pro using Crucial M225 128gb SSD
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revised Unable to boot into Windows partitions on early-2008 MacBook Pro using Crucial M225 128gb SSD
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answered Unable to boot into Windows partitions on early-2008 MacBook Pro using Crucial M225 128gb SSD
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comment Unable to boot into Windows partitions on early-2008 MacBook Pro using Crucial M225 128gb SSD
No dice. I've even gone so far as to zero out the drive, keep it uninitialized, and tried to boot from the Win7 DVD then. Long story short, it looks like the MacBook EFI 1.7 Firmware update addresses this issue, but the firmware update isn't extended to early 2008 MacBook Pros. Without the EFI firmware update, the emulated BIOS used for BootCamp fails when it tries to locate the SSD.
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revised Unable to boot into Windows partitions on early-2008 MacBook Pro using Crucial M225 128gb SSD
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revised Unable to boot into Windows partitions on early-2008 MacBook Pro using Crucial M225 128gb SSD
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