Windows 10 April 2019 Update no longer affected by GSOD errors
Microsoft resolved an important error from the list of known issues for Windows 10 19H1. The company fixed the bugckecks triggered by games using anti-cheat software.
The company recently announced it successfully addressed the GSOD bugs. Users will be pleased to know that the company is going to remove the upgrade block the is restricting Windows Insiders from installing the latest version.
Most of the gamers tweeted that Microsoft blocked their machines from upgrading. Windows 10 users running games with anti-cheat software were unable to install the latest Insider Preview Build on their computers.
Various games have been affected
They also experienced frequent bugchecks triggered by some of the most popular games of the moment. Some of them are PUBG, Fortnite, Planetside 2, Rainbow Six: Siege and H1Z1. However, we can’t tell for sure which of these games trigger the most GSOD errors.
You can use the trail and error method to check that if a particular game triggers the bugcheck. However, you will have to wait until the upgrade block is lifted completely.
One down, two more to go
Originally, Microsoft acknowledged three known issues in the Windows 10 1903 update. The release of this update will fix one of them leaving behind some Realtek SD card readers and Creative X-Fi sound cards not functioning properly.
Users expect Microsoft to fix both of them in the upcoming build release.
Microsoft is already working on fixing these bugs as it has been indicated in Windows 10 Insider Build 18865. The company is collaborating with Creative for a bug fix. Some X-Fi models have also got new drivers.
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