Fixes a two-year-old bug in Windows 10 that caused PCs to crash when updating 12:34

Microsoft has fixed an issue that started more than two years ago and was preventing some Windows 10 computers from updating to Windows 11. reports PCMag portal.

The issue affected computers with 11th-generation Intel Core processors running Windows 10 and running Intel Smart Sound Technology drivers version 10.29.0.5152 or 10.30.0.5152. Critical errors and BSOD occurred when trying to update such computers. In response, Microsoft even performed a specific operating system compatibility check before updating to avoid “breaking” computers by these criteria.

This issue has been known to exist since November 2021. Since then, users have had to download new Intel drivers manually. However, Microsoft’s support site states that driver updates can now be obtained through Windows Update.

It is stated that the update distribution process may take up to 48 hours, so some users do not have the update yet.

Previously in Start in Windows 11 seen advert.

What are you thinking?



Source: Gazeta

Popular

More from author

The world’s richest families say the threat is bigger than the conflict in Ukraine 08:18

The richest families in the US and Southeast Asia have described tax increases as the biggest threat in the next five years. This...

A child fell from the window of a high-rise building in Bratsk while his father was sleeping 08:19

In the Irkutsk region, a preschool child was injured after falling from a window and was hospitalized. In this respect reports Regional Investigative...

It has been revealed how many hours a week freelancers work part-time 08:08

One third (32.3%) of self-employed Russians surveyed devote 5 to 15 hours per week to part-time work. Almost 15% work overtime; more...