Windows 10 Woes Continue As Kindle Paperwhite eReaders Cause BSODs

There’s now a fourth issue affecting Windows 10 Anniversary Update users. Complaints on Microsoft’s support forum are appearing that detail people plugging in Kindle Paperwhite eReaders into Windows 10 computers that have the Anniversary Update on them, and the computers instantly doing a blue screen of death. This comes after freezing issues, hosed webcams, and broken Desired State Configuration functionality.

It’s becoming clear that the Anniversary Update is a gong show. I posted the latest issue with that update at 7AM EST and it wasn’t more than three hours later that a new issue appeared. That’s just crazy. One has to wonder if Microsoft really QA’ed this update before releasing it to the planet. One also has to wonder what else will people trip over.


One Response to “Windows 10 Woes Continue As Kindle Paperwhite eReaders Cause BSODs”

  1. […] forced updates took computers off the Internet, and another one broke webcams along with causing Kindles to BSOD Windows 10 machines among other things. There were lawsuits filed and won this year over Windows 10, one of which […]

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