Microsoft Fixes Windows 10 SSD Issue…. Many More Issues Still To Go

Windows 10 April 2018 Update has been a mess with multiple issues affecting users. One of which was an issue with users of Intel’s SSDs which was bad enough that Microsoft stopped allowing PCs with those SSDs to upgrade to the April 2018 Update.

Well apparently that’s been fixed. KB4100403, was released by Microsoft yesterday and in the notes is the mention of a fix concerning power regression on systems with NVMe devices from “certain vendors”. Which later on this release notes specifically mentions Intel and Toshiba.

But there’s a catch.

Users of the Intel SSDs are encouraged to wait until May 25th if they haven’t upgraded to the April 2018 Update to do said update. Users of Toshiba SSDs are encouraged to wait until June. And in both cases, only upgrade when the upgrade is offered to you. Just make sure you have a backup and all that good stuff first.

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One Response to “Microsoft Fixes Windows 10 SSD Issue…. Many More Issues Still To Go”

  1. […] QA labs. Then there’s this issue which to Microsoft’s credit they have fixed. And let’s not forget this issue which has been fixed as well. I could go on but I think you […]

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