Windows 10: Microsoft pulls Windows 10’s optional November update following BSOD reports

Discus and support Microsoft pulls Windows 10’s optional November update following BSOD reports in Windows 10 News to solve the problem; Windows 10 cumulative updates could be a crazy roller coaster ride for some users. The Surface Book 2 owners reported that they are experiencing BSOD... Discussion in 'Windows 10 News' started by WinLatest, Dec 7, 2018.

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    Microsoft pulls Windows 10’s optional November update following BSOD reports


    Windows 10 cumulative updates could be a crazy roller coaster ride for some users. The Surface Book 2 owners reported that they are experiencing BSOD error after installing the optional Windows 10 November 2018 cumulative update.

    Windows 10 version 1803 Build 17134.441 (KB4467682) is causing BSODs on a number of Surface Book 2 units and the only way to address this problem is uninstalling it completely.

    Earlier this week, Microsoft officially acknowledged the problem and blocked the Surface Book 2 devices from receiving the update. However, today Microsoft revealed that they are pulling Windows 10’s late November update from everywhere.

    “After installing this optional update some users have reported getting a blue or black screen with error code, “System thread exception not handled.” As a precaution, we have removed this optional update from Windows Update and Microsoft Update Catalog to protect customers. Fixes and improvements will be available in the December 2018 security update release and will include a resolution for this issue,” Microsoft explains in the updated support document.

    It’s worth noting that the update is optional and it was released to the April 2018 Update devices. User reports indicate that the BSOD is only experienced on this particular OS release.

    At the time of writing this story, the optional Windows 10 November 2018 cumulative update is no longer available for download from Windows Update or Microsoft Update Catalog.

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  3. Microsoft has pulled the Windows 10 November Update


    No. By then the free upgrade offer will have ended and the rollback issue will have gone away or changed. This is all about the free Windows 10 upgrade offer. By the time Redstone rolls out the only way Windows 7 and 8 users can get Windows 10 is buy it.
     
    Cbarnhorst, Dec 7, 2018
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    Microsoft pulls Windows 10’s optional November update following BSOD reports

    Microsoft pulled the Windows 10 November Update due to privacy setting


    Microsoft has today detailed why they chose to pull the Windows 10 November Update from Windows Update and the Media Creation Tool over the weekend. Their initial comment regarding the situation claimed the company decided that all users needed to update via Windows Update, but it appears that was not the entire story.

    Microsoft told WinBeta the update was pulled due to issues with privacy concerns. More specifically, upon installing the update, Windows would not remember the users had set privacy settings, meaning Windows would simply default them. While not a huge bug, it did raise a few privacy concerns amongst those upgrading.

    The update was only pulled from Windows Update for Windows 10 users, as those users are the ones who were affected by this bug. Users upgrading from Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 were unaffected.

    rest of story here : http://www.winbeta.org/news/microsof...ivacy-concerns

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    tcman50, Dec 7, 2018
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