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About vibbow

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    Windows 8 x64
  1. Start Is Back - 2.1 release

    Try reinstall Windows 8 three times, got how to fix it, but still don't know how and why this problem happened. The problem only happened after I install Norton Internet Security (And do fullly upgrade). If I select wallpaper path through "Library", then this problem will happened. If I select wallpaper path though absolute path, then it will be okay. Going to reinstall Windows 8 again, to get everything back to normal...
  2. Start Is Back - 2.1 release

    Guess what, I reinstall the windows 8, and do the same setting as before. And this problem is back!
  3. Start Is Back - 2.1 release

    Just clear one staff: The wallpaper is totally store in local, I just use a script to download all the wallpapers. So the dynamic wallpaper function didn't use the RSS feed. BTW, the small lag is just because I was connecting a external hard disk. If I remove that, windows will back to 30s boot up speed.
  4. Start Is Back - 2.1 release

    Sorry, I just said the wallpaper source is from Microsoft, but I already download all of them to my local hard disk (Not cache folder, I mean I really save them). Also I'm pretty sure it's not my laptop's performence problem. My Computer Detail: Intel i7-3740QM, 4 * 4G 1600, 120G Samsung PM830 mSATA SSD, Nvidia Quadro k2000m Also I don't think it's the problem of Norton, otherwise I'll not be the first one get this problem.
  5. Start Is Back - 2.1 release

    1. If I disable Start is Back for current account, the wallpaper will back to normal. so it must be something wrong with my settings or SiB. 2. If i DISABLE the shuffle of change wallpaper. everytime when I boot into windows, the wallpaper will ALWAYS change to the first image (After the "Pure color" and I click "next background") 3. I'm still sure all the images are okay. Because all of them can be correctly previews. Also I download them from Microsoft's server manually. So if any of them were wrong, I will not be the first one meet this problem. I'll try more staff like change the path of wallpaper of use different images after I got home. But give some system information here first: System: Windows 8 Pro (S-Chinese edition, UEFI Boot, Secure boot ON, TPM / BitLocker ON, Fingerprint Login) Login with Microsoft Account. Antivirus: Norton Internet Security 2013 SiB version: The Newest one (in 2013-03-22) Wallpaper source: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows/themes -> RSS dynamic themes -> Terra Dynamic Anything more you want, just let me know.
  6. Start Is Back - 2.1 release

    Hi I'm pretty sure all the image are not broken. Now if I choose boot to "Metro Screen", then switch back to Desktop, the wallpaper is okay. If I choose direct boot to desktop, the wallpaper will broken. And it is not directly broken. When I boot to dekstop, it will show the wallpaper at very begining, then change to the "Pure Color" very quickly. The "Pure Color" is the same color as the wallpaper. It's just a fresh windows 8, with only a few softwares. I don't think there is any other software may case this problem. Thanks.
  7. Start Is Back - 2.1 release

    Hi, I think I found a bug here: I had enable the dynamic wallpaper. But after I install Start Is Back, everytime my computer is boot up, the wallpaper will change to a "Pure Color" wallpaper itself. And if I disable Start Is Back, it will back to normal. Here is the video of this bug: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPCaoFe4PXA