Windows 10 build 16184 bugs: install fails, Bluetooth issues, and more
The latest Windows 10 build for PC introduces two new features that Insiders will definitely love. The new My People app makes it easier for you to connect with the most important people in your life, while the new Gmail experience introduces a series of feature that up until recently were only available for Outlook users.
At the same time, Windows 10 build 16184 also brings issues of its own. In this article, we’re going to list the most common build 16184 issues reported by Insiders on Microsoft’s forum so that you know what to expect in terms of bugs.
Windows 10 build 16184 reported bugs
Build 16184 won’t install
So in my pc that have a i7-2600k, asusus maximus V extreme and gtx670 I can’t install this build.the install work untile 36% and then the following error pop out: “Cannot configure Windows for the work with this hardware”.
I can open Outlook but when I click on any message it freezes, I get the reset the program box and Outlook disappears. When I try to restart it I get a box that says the ost file is corrupted. If I reset windows Outlook starts but the problem just reappears.
Bluetooth error 43
The current Windows 10 PC build fails to fix the Bluetooth issues affecting previous build releases, to Insiders’ disappointment.
Mail and Feedback Hub won’t open
I am in the process of backing out of build 16184. Mail and Feedback Hub would not open. Both apps opened initial windows and then dropped off. “customer support” on the recovery screen opened and then closed without making any contact.
These are the most frequent issues affecting build 16184. As you can see, this build version is pretty stable. If you’ve come across other issues, use the comment section below to tell us more about your experience. Also, don’t forget to report the issues on the Feedback Hub.
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