Windows 10 build 16215 is indeed the biggest Creators Update build yet and with its size comes a few bugs. Insiders report that this build version is affected by a series of issues, ranging from install issues and random restarts to constant freezes.
In this article, we’re going to list the most common build 16215 bugs reported by Insiders, as well as their corresponding workarounds if available.
Windows 10 build 16215 issues
Many Insiders can’t install build 16215 because the install process eventually rolls back to the previous version:
Build 16215 Fails to install three times.
It appears to be installing and after restarting, it rolls back to the previous version. The second time it appeared to be installing directly from the update screen. However, again it rolled back after the final restart. The same happened on the third attempt and the error reported is oX80070643.
While this is the most frequent install issue, Insiders report that this build also triggers Green Screen of Death errors with the message “Inaccessible Boot disk”.
Error 0xC1900101 – 0x30017 is another common install error. Users report their PCs freezing during install, forcing them to perform a hard reset.
Live Tiles won’t work
Some Live Tiles won’t work on build 16215. When users select them, nothing actually happens. Unfortunately, this issue has been affecting Insiders for the past four builds and has occurred more frequently in the latest build release.
last 4 builds I’ve got some of the Tiles now working, tried all I know, and all of suggestions I got here, but no help …seems like nobody knows how to fix this problem, now in 16215 Build, it’s the same .. dead tiles …anybody ???
The Edge browser received a bevy of improvements with build 16215, but some Insiders can’t try them out as the browser constantly freezes every 20 seconds, forcing Insiders to use a different browser.
Edge definitely has issues. It has crashed on me as well. Sometimes the zoom changes randomly and sometimes the font isn’t sharp.
The Surface Book heats up
If you own a Surface Book, the best solution is to skip build 16215. Many users confirm that this build causes the device to heat up.
Also, my surface book is heating up and the fan is coming on a lot.
These are the most common issues triggered by build 16215. To fix some of them, check out the solutions listed below:
- Fix: Microsoft Edge Crashes in Windows 10
- Windows 10 build won’t install: Here’s what you need to do
- Surface Book overheats after installing Windows 10 Creators Update [Fix]
Have you installed Windows 10 build 16215 on your computer? Did you encounter other issues apart from the ones listed above?
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