Unfortunately, errors in Windows 10 are not uncommon, but basically they are not serious. But there are errors that lead to crashes and the “blue screen of death” (BSOD). And it is currently not uncommon with the update number KB4549951.
Microsoft released update KB4549951 a week ago. This should actually fix the problem where the updates for the Windows 10 releases of 1903 and 1909 failed. But, unfortunately, there was a classic case of improvement in the worst, possibly worse.
Windows 10: KB4549951 can cause serious problems
Already last weekend there were reports of the first problems. A reported including crashes, connection problems with WLAN, as well as Bluetooth and poor system performance. Unfortunately, this is not all. Because, according to Windows Latest, some users are currently experiencing system crashes and freezes after installing KB4549951. Which are reflected in the Blue Screen of Death.
Unfortunately, this BSOD is also quite common. If you get such a blue crash screen. You can see various stop error codes. However, they are complex and do not seem to follow a specific model. The following error codes are reported:
- INACCESSIBLE BOAT DEVICE
This can happen, among other things, with damaged installation files, drivers, and compatibility issues with third-party software. So there is no obvious source of the error. Microsoft does not currently fix the problem or issues. In this case, victims should remove the cumulative update for April. However, in this case, they are no longer protected by the latest security updates. If you can no longer access the desktop, you must start the computer in safe mode.
Windows 10 KB4549951 falls victim to yet another major failure
Some users report errors (Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)) after installing Windows 10 update KB4549951, which is a cumulative update that also results in data loss for a group of users.
On April 14, Microsoft began deploying Windows 10 KB4549951 for versions 1909 and 1903. This patch was supposed to contain a number of security fixes, as well as being a minor release with a focus fully related to security. But KB4549951 leads to a terrible blue screen of death and a system crash.
If a blue screen appears on your computer after installing Windows Update, the problem is not only with you, and the problem seems to be widespread. The blue screen does give users common breakdown error codes, but these breakdown errors are complex and they don’t have a special scheme that makes it almost impossible to understand the cause of the mess.
These error codes are often found as a result of damaged installation files, drivers, and third-party software compatibility issues with Windows 10.
Some users also report a Blue Screen of Death cycle and a complete system crash.
Until Microsoft makes a recommendation or fix, it is best to uninstall the cumulative Windows update on April 10, 2020, and it should be done, even if it means you will not have the latest security fixes.