The New Update of Windows 10 Means That Computers Will Not Reboot

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The New Update of Windows 10 Means That Computers Will Not Reboot

The KB4100347 patch package was made available by Microsoft in July and was intended for Intel processor. The purpose of their implementation was to protect the processor against the second variant of the Specter threat. As it turned out, the patch package came back and made some mess.

Last week patches were re-distributed to some users along with the latest updates. We do not know if any changes have been made, but Internet users complain that the system upgrade has made the system unable to start.

The New Update of Windows 10 Means That Computers Will Not Reboot


@tmGrunty @MicrosoftHelps
I just completely wiped my drive, formatted it and installed Windows 10 from scratch.
During installing the updates through windows update everything was okay until KB4100347. Then the same issue occurred again and I'm stuck in windows logo screen after reboot for 10 minutes now.


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@mrbrockvond
the same exact issue... fresh install of build 1803... Update KB4343909 (HoloLens) also fails for me but I think KB4100347 is causing the boot loop and then the HoloLens update fails as a result.  @Microsoft @MicrosoftHelps
Unfortunately, the problem appears even with the first installation of clean Windows 10 - apparently the computer downloads data from the Microsoft cloud, including bug patches. Unfortunately, no one has found an effective way to fix the error, but you can always not update the system.

Most likely, the error is due to uploading the Intel update on computers with AMD processors, but it is not certain information. Let's hope that the company will quickly deal with the problem and users will be able to use their devices again.