AdGuard blocking all websites on latest Windows 10 insider fast ring release

Discussion in 'Technical Support (AdGuard for Windows)' started by obiwankenobi, Oct 7, 2016.

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    I mean I tested the WFP driver in the previous insider version, so I am not sure if this is new,
    but it seems to me that the WFP Driver now works in Windows 10 Insider Preview 14986 (rs_prerelease) again, is this correct?
     
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    Really? I didn't yet updated to it, I'll return when it's tested.
     
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    Updated to .14986. It seems that the situation became worse, I am in BSOD loop now.

    However, it may be caused by vmware. I'll better check it on a windows computer.
     
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    At least I have the Adguard Icon in Edge and it filter Ads in Edge. It seems to me it works. I have no issues in Chrome too, if the WPF is enabled.

    (Some websites reports problems with the insider preview update, maybe this is your problem?)
     
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    It seems to be OK for me since the last update (14986). I've enabled the WPF driver and no more errors.
    No BSOD (need to be confirmed)
     
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    I am really not sure if BSOD is caused by Adguard (fingers crossed).

    As I see it happens inside of the Windows Defender driver right on system startup when Adguard driver is not yet loaded.
    It may very well be a conflict with VMware drivers.
     
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    Now I am more or less sure that BSODs are caused by VMware and Adguard has nothing to do with it.
     
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    Until now no build fix the problem here :(
     
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    @hanschke are you sure it is caused by Adguard? Can you give more details?