All, recently I got a BIG update for Win10. I could tell something was unusual because it took a really long time, almost like an initial Windows installation, and restart multiple times before it was done. After it was completed, I could see differences in the way things looked in the Windows start menu, and other places. It was like what they used to call a service pack, but it never really explained what the purpose was.
Now when I play RoF, everything runs completely normally, except when I quit the game. Then I get a completely blank screen and can't do anything....no cursor, no ctrl-alt-del menu, no alt-tab, nothing. There is no choice but to bomb and force it off, then reboot. Everything comes up normally, and the game runs normally again, until I go to quit. This has happened every time I've run the game since the update....which is only twice. The first time I thought it was a fluke, but now I see it's going to do it every time.
I tried to look at my update history to see if I could roll it back to before the update. Unfortunately there isn't a single update listed now, because it seems like it started from square one since the big update....again making it seem like a whole new Windows installation.
I checked to see what the latest updates available were on my other computer. It seems there's a thing called the Windows 10 anniversary edition, or something to that effect. It's something they'll force on everybody eventually, but they don't do these things all at once anymore. You can make it do the update, if you for some reason wanted to. I guess I'm just "lucky" to have been chosen to get it earlier than most on my main machine.
Beware of this update!
I don't have time to deal with it right now, and I'm not sure what I should do. I'm afraid my latest image was AFTER the update, but I'm not sure. I might try to recover RoF to see it that fixes anything, but I hate to lose all my settings.
Just wanted to make you aware and to be careful. It did not ASK if I wanted the update, it just chose to do it, and when I started my computer one day it went through all the big changes before I could do anything about it.