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I just updated on Windows Update (Windows 10 1909 18363.657)

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Same here... again...

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I've updated to the same build but the Home version without any issues.  Make sure you have the latest version of Aeroglass and maybe try reinstalling it or deleting the 'symbols' folder to see if that fixes it.

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I had a similar issue.  Symbols downloaded with no problems on my PC, but my laptop they stalled out in the dosbox (got stuck on the 2nd command line).  I got around it by deleting the symbols folder and rebooting.   It re-attemped the download the next time and worked no problem.

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15 hours ago, Commander238 said:

Finally I got three debug symbol files, which I uploaded for others. You should unpack them into your AeroGlass directory. At your own risk.

Worked perfect - thanks!

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I posted earlier multiple times erroneously. The posts were NOT spam. As this topic shows, the subject of my post is contemporary.

The issue remains.

After the Win10Pro update, titlebars became completely transparent. I updated to the most recent version of AeroGlass to no effect, as I stated in the other topic.

I get the "Incompatibility" error every time I boot. Was I supposed to remove the previous version first?(rhetorical question).

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No, you just need to have the correct Symbols in place.

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On 2/16/2020 at 9:19 PM, jimj said:

I posted earlier multiple times erroneously. The posts were NOT spam. As this topic shows, the subject of my post is contemporary.

The issue remains.

After the Win10Pro update, titlebars became completely transparent. I updated to the most recent version of AeroGlass to no effect, as I stated in the other topic.

I get the "Incompatibility" error every time I boot. Was I supposed to remove the previous version first?(rhetorical question).

It's not working. I did that and the problem is exist.

On 2/17/2020 at 5:55 AM, SkyySX said:

No, you just need to have the correct Symbols in place.

So where I can download symbols and where I must put? I read many post and get nothing.

On 2/12/2020 at 10:09 PM, Commander238 said:

Hi. On my work computer, the symbols have downloaded automatically, a short while after the message appeared.

But on my gaming computer, the symbols did not download and I was stuck with buggy transparent titlebars.

Then I followed BigMuscle's advice in the guide https://glass8.eu/guide#symbols - I did read a part of Microsoft's article, installed some Debugging Tools, discovered how to run the Symchk utility... etc.

Thanks Man! My problem was solved.

For anu body that have my problem:

1.Download files from link.

2.extracr file and put folder in the AeroGlass directory. (C:\AeroGlass)

3.Restart system.

This is my Dektop after that:

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Good news. Problem solved with replacement symbols.

Thank you Commander238 and Chris_ (I had forgotten about the cmd file).

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