Windows 10 20H2, which is the October 2020 update, causes blue screen errors and forced restarts for many users. Also, this same issue is being verified in Windows 10 2004, but until now Microsoft has always refused to take responsibility for the issues … and finally acknowledges the issues.
According to Microsoft (here), Windows 10 blue screens are related to NVMe SSDs because any SSD that connects to Thunderbolt causes this problem. The company claims to have discovered this bug with the help of Intel. The following message may appear on the screen at the time of the error:
DRIVER_VERIFIER_DMA_VIOLATION (e6) An illegal DMA operation was attempted by a driver being verified
Microsoft finally recognizes the problems with Windows 10 2004 and 20H2
Microsoft says it is working with Intel to resolve this issue to avoid blue screens. While waiting for the fix, Microsoft is suspending updates to versions 2004 and 20H2 on computers using these SSDs. Microsoft also does not recommend that users force the installation of these updates, regardless of the method chosen.
The other bug, which is related to random reboots, seems to be a little different. Microsoft explains that Windows 10 may require its users to log out and restart from time to time. As you can imagine, this is not normal behavior.
Unfortunately, Microsoft does not say when the update with the fix will be available to all users. This talk is valid for both the blue screen bug and random reboots.
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