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  1. Yes, you're right, there is a speed difference between a local hard drive and NAS, but on NAS I have storage space, redundancy (RAID), filesystem snapshots. For me the speed is not so important as those NAS advantages; once the game is loaded the drive is rarely accessed. Anyway, thanks for the help.
  2. I think that the problem that arise when running from network shares should be documented. Others should know how to fix it.
  3. I could not find an unblock button, but I did something else: I added the nas to the local intranet zone in windows (see screenshot): Now all three executables are running fine. Thanks for the help and for the application.
  4. Updated the .Net framework to version 4.7, still same crash.
  5. I installed Visual Studio to get more info about the crash:
  6. LTSB is a windows 10 version without those fancy stuff like Cortana, Windows Store ... Is more like Windows 7, 8 ... It receives security updates normally and features updates from 2 to 2 years.
  7. You're welcome. Nothing specific. I have a NAS where I store the games and Launchbox. The NAS has a smb/cifs share that is mapped as drive X: on my desktop. I always ran Launchbox from X: drive without problems.
  8. Launchbox clean install (8.2), no games: - W10 ENT LTSB 1607, network drive - crash - W10 ENT LTSB 1607, local drive - working - W10 PRO 1709, same network drive as LTSB - working - W10 PRO 1709, local drive - working Hope, is clear now. Thanks.
  9. No, just for home use. With version 7.x I had no problems. I sent you a crash dump file over email (maybe it helps).
  10. As stated here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/13853/windows-lifecycle-fact-sheet the support for Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB ends on October 13, 2026, so this should not be the case. I installed, a clean version (8.2) with no games. The one that is run from the network share (mapped drive), crashes. The one from the local hard drive is working fine. Thanks.
  11. Hello, it seems that all the executables are crashing with the latest versions. I am using Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB 1607 and running from a network share. With version 7.x it ran without problems. I have tested also on Windows 10 Pro 1709 and seems to work fine (also from network share). Any suggestions ? Thank you.
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