Windows 10 has evidently hit further issues with its most recent combined updates for August, with certain clients revealing that they are encountering some significant issues around accidents and Blue Screens of Death (BSODs), or even machines being placed into blue screen loops.Specifically, this is going on to the individuals who have introduced the total updates KB4566782 and KB4565351 which are for the May 2020 Update and November 2019 Update respectively.

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Previously, a few clients were experiencing difficulty introducing these patches – and being confused by secretive mistake messages – however a portion of the individuals who have effectively introduced the updates have apparently experienced a lot of more regrettable fates.As Windows Latest highlights, there are reports internet enumerating a wide range of issues, incorporating various issues featured in this Reddit thread.One client detailed: “My XPS 9300 fell into a bluescreen circle on this update [KB4565351].”Another client clarifies: “I’ve moved up to Windows 10 form 2004 [May 2020 Update] – KB4566782 (OS Build 19041.450), getting BSOD if Intel Virtualization Technology is empowered. Incapacitated it ready to boot into Windows.” This client additionally takes note of that the update broke their sound, and that they’re running a Lenovo ThinkPad PC, and it may be an issue with these machines.

Indeed, it appears to be that some ThinkPad machines are enduring here and there with these updates, on the grounds that few different clients on that Reddit string portrayed issues with BSODs, apparently identified with virtualization highlights (Hyper-V, Intel Virtualization or Windows Sandbox).So in case you’re experiencing comparative issues, as the client above depicted, it may merit killing virtualization highlights to check whether that has any effect.

Out in the cold

With these aggregate updates, there likewise appear to be issues around sound as referenced, just as broad framework lull, or irregular freezing – as another Reddit native depicts: “Additionally, the PC freezes a great deal, once in a while for 5/10 seconds since the time the last update.”

There are reports from displeased PC proprietors on Microsoft’s own Answers.com forum also, with one of those watching: “I introduced KB4566782 a couple of days back. My framework is Windows 10 2004, 64 piece, introduced on Thinkpad T470. As a result, I experienced moderate Wi-Fi surfing and VERY SLOW (essentially zero) downloading speed.

“After I attempted each arrangement (update drivers, and so forth.) and watched that different gadgets in my home work fine, today I uninstalled KB4566782. The arrangement worked and now all is well once more. I took in my exercise: in every case better to delay refreshes for whatever length of time that possible…”And with Microsoft’s ongoing history for Windows 10 updates, we wouldn’t be astounded if various people are discovering that equivalent exercise. Especially given further reports on that Answers.com string, including this one: “The update brought about a blue screen of death once however had the option to effectively reboot in the wake of switching the updates – yet does Microsoft learn? No. It attempts to introduce a similar update again and this time prevails with regards to bricking the machine.”


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