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Watch out for this new bug in Windows 10’s major update

bug in Windows 10's major update

Watch out for this new bug in Windows 10’s major update

In the wake of these latest problems, Microsoft has blocked the update from rolling out to PCs with an unsupported Intel display driver it has identified as being at the root of the issue.

 

Microsoft’s woes with the Windows 10 October 2018 Update continue, as it emerged the update could stop audio working on some monitors

In the wake of these latest problems, Microsoft has blocked the update from rolling out to PCs with an unsupported Intel display driver it has identified as being at the root of the issue.

The bug is the most recent in a series to have been discovered in the update since the rollout resumed last month, after being halted for more than a month to fix an earlier tranche of flaws, including a file-wiping bug.

In advice on its support page, Microsoft advises the problem emerged after “Intel inadvertently released versions of its display driver”, versions 24.20.100.6344 and 24.20.100.6345, to computer manufacturers “that accidentally turned on unsupported features in Windows”.

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