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Old 22.12.2018, 14:15
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The latest Windows 10 Pro October update

It destroyed my PC. After resetting the BIOS I got it up and running again. Beware!!!!
Fick you Microsoft!

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Old 22.12.2018, 14:51
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It destroyed my PC. After resetting the BIOS I got it up and running again. Beware!!!!
Fick you Microsoft!
We.... just staged over 200 laptops with win10... it did not go well. Office 365 died a horrible death.
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Old 22.12.2018, 15:08
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We.... just staged over 200 laptops with win10... it did not go well. Office 365 died a horrible death.
Windows 10 is OK but this latest update really sucks. I had to open the PC and clear the CMOS .
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Re: The latest Windows 10 Pro update

The OS has nothing to do with the Bios.

I built many PC, all got no problems with Win 10 (and the Updates).
Simply adjust Win 10 to not update any drivers.

https://www.tecchannel.de/a/treiber-...binden,3277817
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Old 22.12.2018, 15:27
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We.... just staged over 200 laptops with win10... it did not go well. Office 365 died a horrible death.
Nothing like a failed rollout in December to make the company Christmas party an enjoyable evening for the entire IT department.
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Old 22.12.2018, 15:29
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The OS has nothing to do with the Bios.

I built many PC, all got no problems with Win 10 (and the Updates).
Simply adjust Win 10 to not update any drivers.

https://www.tecchannel.de/a/treiber-...binden,3277817
Well here are many reports of problems with the October update. For me the problem was solved by resetting the bios. It was the ONLY solution. It solved the problem of " no signal " on the monitor. And this problem came right after this update. THey are dumb arses at Microsoft!!!

https://www.techradar.com/how-to/win...ow-to-fix-them
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Old 22.12.2018, 15:33
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Re: The latest Windows 10 Pro update

Do these Microsoft idiots even check their updates on real PC's!!
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Old 22.12.2018, 21:00
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Do these Microsoft idiots even check their updates on real PC's!!
Why should they when there are thousands and thousands of beta-testers out in the wild. You know what they say about banana ware? Delivered green and ripens at the consumers.
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Re: The latest Windows 10 Pro October update

Microsoft now the worlds biggest tech company

https://www.google.ch/amp/s/www.forb...t-company/amp/

A walking success story. I’ve had windows 10 for years and office 365 and never had any problems.
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Microsoft now the worlds biggest tech company

https://www.google.ch/amp/s/www.forb...t-company/amp/

A walking success story. I’ve had windows 10 for years and office 365 and never had any problems.
Well read this from about the " genius " at Microsoft

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3320...ate-again.html
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Re: The latest Windows 10 Pro October update

""10/11/18: The inspiration for this whole guide was the rather catastrophic October 2018 update for Windows 10 (version 1809). The update caused untold issues for Windows users – from BSOD crashes to sound issues, to deleting everything in your Documents folder.

The whole thing was such a mess that Microsoft actually had to recall the update and warn people to not install it. As of the date of writing this guide (which we note is no longer in October), the October 2018 update hasn’t been rolled back out to the public again. It’s probably for the best, though that does little to help those who’ve already lost their data because of it.

For those already on the doomed October update, Microsoft has issued fixes for the BSOD and audio issues, and if you haven’t lost your data in Documents yet, you’ll probably be fine. With that said, you can scroll down the page to see how to roll back this Windows build to a previous version.""
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Old 24.12.2018, 08:44
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Microsoft now the worlds biggest tech company

https://www.google.ch/amp/s/www.forb...t-company/amp/

A walking success story. I’ve had windows 10 for years and office 365 and never had any problems.
What has this got to do with Microsoft releasing broken updates (something that has happened many times over the years)? Do you work for their marketing department or something or do you just feel some bizzarre need to defend them despite this not being the context to do so?
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Old 24.12.2018, 08:59
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What has this got to do with Microsoft releasing broken updates (something that has happened many times over the years)? Do you work for their marketing department or something or do you just feel some bizzarre need to defend them despite this not being the context to do so?
Yes you are right. If he has nothing constructive to say he should shut up!
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Old 24.12.2018, 09:43
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Re: The latest Windows 10 Pro October update

After every major update, my keyboard drivers (and sometimes mouse drivers) need to be reinstalled. Ironically, both devices are Microsoft.

Seems odd that you should have to reset the BIOS.
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Re: The latest Windows 10 Pro October update

speaking of BIOS reset, does anybody do a hard reset on the board?
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Yes you are right. If he has nothing constructive to say he should shut up!
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Yes you are right. If he has nothing constructive to say he should shut up!
I was responding to the comment generally slating Microsoft - the dumb asses at Microsoft comment. Microsoft are hugely successful and have come back from being overtaken by their rivals to reclaim the position as the principle IT company. 1809 is clearly below par, but they are definitely not ‘dumb asses’.
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What has this got to do with Microsoft releasing broken updates (something that has happened many times over the years)? Do you work for their marketing department or something or do you just feel some bizzarre need to defend them despite this not being the context to do so?
For the response to the comment I’ve replied directly to omstat’s comment. For the Defence, yes I probably do defend them but only because I think the impression of their update success is too critical. Microsoft patches and updates generally work, what has changed is Windows as a Service and this is a big shift. Microsoft have work to do on this example and the 1511 also was another case, but their overall reliability and the level of security to which they patch is high, which is reflected in that business has confidence in their products.

I don’t work for MS but yes, their software has been the mainstay of my career.
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Re: The latest Windows 10 Pro October update

Still now I am getting black screens on the Chrome browser and slow waking from energy saving mode
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Still now I am getting black screens on the Chrome browser and slow waking from energy saving mode
There you go, it's not MS at all. It's google that are screwing everything up.
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