Microsoft pulls Windows 8.1 patch back




Microsoft has withdrawn four updates for Windows 8.1. The patches were in some cases result in Windows 8.1 after installation refused to start. Microsoft has instructions online put where possible work-arounds are described.

The deleted updates and download links relate KB2982791, KB2970228, KB2975719 and KB2975331. In particular, the KB2982791- and KB2975719 updates caused starting problems in many Windows 8.1 systems. On a support forum Microsoft rained last week complaints about the updates. Windows users often had to deal with so-called stop errors after the patches were installed via Windows Update.

Microsoft recognizes that the problem is sometimes difficult to resolve, but the company has still posted some work-arounds on its website for non-starting Windows systems may be able to get. working again Furthermore, it is recommended to remove. Those updates It is still unclear how the problematic patches through Microsoft’s testing procedures are rolled.

Lockup in Windows 8.1


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