BSOD Issues Plague Some PCs After Windows 10 Upgrade

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2018/10/16 18:18:34 (permalink)

BSOD Issues Plague Some PCs After Windows 10 Upgrade

https://rcpmag.com/articles/2018/10/12/bsod-issues-windows-10-upgrade.aspx
 
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    fireberd
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    Re: BSOD Issues Plague Some PCs After Windows 10 Upgrade 2018/10/16 19:55:31 (permalink)
    I work several computer forums.  The main complaint was the loss of data and that was primarily users that used One Drive.  I haven't seen any BSOD's reported on the Dell forums.
     

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    Re: BSOD Issues Plague Some PCs After Windows 10 Upgrade 2018/10/17 15:48:13 (permalink)
    System audio and YouTube have gone a bit wonky. Yes, I was one of the "fools rush in" peeps. I'm on a Dell XPS 8500 (came with Win7; early 2012) and haven't experienced and BSODs.
     
    I believe the data loss was One Drive users who "moved" some Windows folders via a junction to another location. It was the combination of those 2 things.

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    Re: BSOD Issues Plague Some PCs After Windows 10 Upgrade 2018/10/20 18:00:02 (permalink)
    Unless you want to beta-test, do yourself a favor and ride the backside of the update wave.
    That gives hardware/software companies a chance to get kinks ironed out *before* you update.

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    Re: BSOD Issues Plague Some PCs After Windows 10 Upgrade 2018/10/20 21:07:20 (permalink)
    The only thing I ran across after the 1809 update was I had to reset my PC audio options.  Stereo Mix for default recording device and Speakers for default playback device.  I had to reauthorize a couple of plug-ins but that happens on any update such as this.  No Sonar/Studio One 4.1 or MOTU issues. 
     
    The Insider versions are a different story.  Lots of people having problems installing the update for the latest Insider Build 18262.100.
     

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