Windows 10: Microsoft confirms bugs, BSoD and reboot

Windows 10: Microsoft confirms bugs, BSoD and reboot
Many have been complaining for some time now about the presence of numerous bugs in Windows 10, most of which have arisen suddenly following the application of updates released by Microsoft for the operating system. Today the Redmond group intervenes confirming the presence of two serious problems occurring in the 20H1 (2004) and 20H2 (2009) editions of the platform, i.e. after installing the May 2020 Update distributed in spring and the October 2020 Update released last month .

Microsoft recognizes serious bugs in Windows 10

The software house makes it known that the appearance of the fearsome Blue Screen of Death may be linked to a hitch regarding compatibility with Thunderbolt NVMe SSD drives : manifests itself in the form of an error "DRIVER_VERIFIER_DMA_VIOLATION (e6)" with description "An illegal DMA operation was attempted by a driver being verified". Intel has already started working alongside Microsoft to block the update process and thus avoid the occurrence of the bug, this is the shared message.

If you are trying to update Windows 10 to versions 20H1 or 20H2 you may encounter a compatibility block and receive the message "Your PC has hardware not ready for this version of Windows 10, Windows Update will automatically offer you this version as soon as the problem is fixed".

The second of the two problems confirmed by Microsoft concerns the system restart request that for someone appears suddenly, completely randomly and several times: it can be linked to the Local Security Authority Process and MMC snap-in features of Windows 10. There is currently no fix.

In both cases, pending an official remedy, those who have already installed the updates have no choice but to remove them: access the Settings, select Update and security, then Windows Update and View update history, then in the upper part of the window press Uninstall updates, right click on the one to be deleted and finally select Uninstall and then confirm the command.

Source: Windows Latest
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