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Windows 10 April 2018 Update hits show-stopping bug with some Intel SSDs

May 11, 2018

Windows 10’s latest major update has seen a number of bugbears strike, and the latest appears to be a show-stopping problem for owners of certain Intel SSDs.

Apparently, there’s a compatibility issue with Intel SSD 600p Series and Pro 6000p Series NVMe drives, whereby users installing the Windows 10 April 2018 Update could experience a crash, with their PC rebooting to a UEFI screen.

Microsoft further explains that there is a known incompatibility problem with these SSDs and the update may cause “performance and stability issues”, and that as a result, it’s currently working with Intel and hardware manufacturers to block the April 2018 Update from machines running these drives.

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