Users report that Windows 10 update sends some PCs into a BSOD boot loop

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A Windows update that was taken off to PCs running the Windows 10 Creators Update is making some few systems to release the blue screen of death (BSOD) error. And worst, these rigs wind up in a looping reboot, making them unusable.

The issue has been conveyed to consideration on a few corners of the web, including Microsoft’s own help forums.

Others have ringed in saying they are encountering a similar issue, with dissatisfaction mounting subsequent to seeing no resolution following an entire day has passed.

All in all, what gives? One of the known issues with the required update is that systems with support for USB Type-C Connector System Software Interface (USCI) may keep running into a blue screen, or quit reacting with a dark screen in the wake of starting a shutdown. Microsoft’s workaround until further notice is to go into the BIOS and disable UCSI preceding applying the update.

“Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release,” Microsoft adds.

It isn’t clear if there may be some other issue making systems to enter an interminable reboot. A few people assert they are encountering a similar symptom on systems without USB Type-C connectors.

Something Microsoft has been pushing hard with Windows 10 is automatic updates. In any case, circumstances like this one feature why a few people like to hold up a bit before applying security updates.