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Unfortunately, this is not the best information. Microsoft confirms that the issue of duplicate BSODs is present in nearly every version of Windows 10 currently available. The March Update had its effect on one of our readers.
running Microsoft support site We’ll read that the March 2021 update rollup is causing serious problems for some devices connected to some printers. According to the company report, a defect APC_INDEX_MISMATCH It appears in almost all current versions of the system Windows 10, including 20H2, 2004,1909, through 1803/1809.
Below you’ll find a complete list of Windows 10 releases and blue screens of death update numbers:
- Windows 10 1803 – KB5000809 (version 17134.2087)
- Windows 10 1809 – KB5000822 (version 17763.1817)
- Windows 10 1909 – KB5000808 (version 18363.1440)
- Windows 10 2004 and 20H2 – KB5000802 (build 19041.867 and 19042.867)
Like We described yesterdayThe issue was confirmed by combining Windows 10 with printer drivers from Kyocera, Ricoh, and Zebra, but it might also affect software from other vendors. Unfortunately, Microsoft does not provide information on when we can expect a solution. The company is currently investigating the issue.
A solution has now been rolled out to some issues related to the Windows 10 March Update
If the system does not crash directly and the blue screens of death do not appear immediately after starting the computer, there is an option to fix the problem. The easiest way is to uninstall the update and keep the following updates for at least 7 days. In practice, until Microsoft releases a patch for the March update. We can do this in the “Windows Update Settings” section.
Then we look for “View the history of updates“And click”Uninstall the updateFind the right person on the list The update numbers we mentioned at the beginning of the text. We need to uninstall the package that matches our system version.
If this option does not work, you can do so Try uninstalling from CMD or command line. To run it, we search for “CMD” and run the application. We do it the same way, entering the appropriate update number, depending on our system version.
For systems on release 2004 / 20H2, enter the command: wusa / uninstall / kb: 5000802
For systems in version 1903/1909, enter the command: wusa / uninstall / kb: 5000808
The Windows 10 update in March also affected our reader
Our reader, Mr Marius, has reported a similar issue – we encourage you to join the discussion. Accurately edited message: Dozens of PCs since March 8th – I had to reinstall. Not responding to system restore from saved restore points. None of the fixes to this most popular “disable driver signature” fix do not work.
Just reinstall. Additionally, on a small number of computers, I noticed that System Restore cannot be set on a newly installed system with updates downloaded from Windows Update. Below I attach a picture of the screen. This appears to be the Windows March update bug. This happens in different batches of Windows 10. Since these are Windows 10 Pro computers, I turn off Windows Update after installing.
Pan Mariusz załączył także zapis awarii: On Thu 11.03.2021 12:21:10 your computer has either crashed or a problem has been reported with the crash dump file: C: WINDOWS MEMORY.DMP This might be caused by the following module: ntkrnlmp.exe (nt! FsRtlRegisterFltMgrCalls + 0x5CF23) Error Check Code: 0x5A (0x1, 0xFFFFB60FA95F5890,0xFFFF9F064418E840, 0xFFFFFFFFC000003A) Error: CRITICAL_SERVICE_FAILED
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