Almost all of the cumulative Windows 10 updates launched this year were plagued with bugs. While some corrected mistakes produced in their predecessor updates, they often show up with new bugs for further. Some of them are BSOD, frequent rebooting, system crashes, etc. These were reported in the May update, and later in the recent September update too.
Windows 10 Updates Causing System Crashes and More
The May cumulative update of Windows 10 that upgrades the system to version 2004 has adequate bugs. Users reported a bug that’s forcibly logging them out of the websites after every restart, thus asking them to re-login to continue. This happens with no just the external sites, but with Microsoft services like Edge, OneDrive, etc.
Besides this, users report of Offline Folder and Domain profile causing BSOD. One user from the Feedback Hub reported as, “After upgrading to Windows 10 2004, we encounter many workstations with BUG CHECKS caused by mrxsmb20.sys while logging in to a domain network. To fix this issue, we must log in to the network with no network attached to the devices.”
While the first bug kills the web sessions and prompts users to enter credentials again, the second bug causes BSOD. Fortunately, Microsoft is aware of both the issues and is now working on a fix. Meanwhile, users who updated to the September cumulative update has reported even more issues.
These include the BSOD, system being rebooted frequently, and system crashes. These are experienced by users who updated to builds KB4571756 (version 2004) or KB4574727 (version 1909/1903). Microsoft hasn’t acknowledged these issues even after being reported widely in the feedback forums. Thus, rolling back to earlier updates of pausing them is the solution for now.
Via: Windows Latest