Latest Windows 10 update is causing BSOD crashes

Bullwinkle M

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Lol. Please show me your PC setup that is on genuine win XP, running a graphics card with the latest drivers that can run GTA 5 at 4K at 60FPs. Your post reeks of r/iamverysmart

PAY ATTENTION!

Nobody said it was running at 4K

I said I run GTA5 on my 4K TV when I boot to Spyware Platform 10

I can easily adjust the resolution to match my 750Ti because iamverysmart!


 

ZipperBoi

Posts: 83   +136
PAY ATTENTION!

Nobody said it was running at 4K

I said I run GTA5 on my 4K TV when I boot to Spyware Platform 10

I can easily adjust the resolution to match my 750Ti because iamverysmart!

PAY ATTENTION!

What does that TVs resolution have to do with anything if your using old hardware? Nothing. You have some superiority complex going on when it comes to old tech I dont understand that mentality but, okay!
 

Nestea

Posts: 68   +21
They should pay us to run this OS. imagine going after key sellers with sh like this.
I've never backed up so frequently ever since w10. I almost run my script every time I reboot.
 

lazer

Posts: 386   +117
People who post comments here are divided into two catagories: those who hate Micro$lop and those who work for M$ posting positive comments....
 

ZedRM

Posts: 534   +326
meaning some users didn't have a choice whether to download/install it and risk BSODs.
This is not entirely true. For those of us who have experienced this form of Microsoft's careless nonsense and choose to forcably disable updates and install critical updates manually after they've been vetted, we do not have to deal with the headaches of this type.
 
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MaitieS

Posts: 96   +114
Oh no its the usual TechSpot updates causing crashes post again!
I guess when you have over 800 million installs these things can happen...

These type of posts basically filters the overall stupidity of people on this site. They are all acting like programming is easy especially for that many active devices and with a huge backwards compatibility that windows has.
 

GameZenChill

Posts: 8   +0
Im still on 2004 and last week I noticed the windows built in picture print dialog is broken. it is when you right click on an image and click print. there used to be an option for "fit picture to frame" but it is no longer here on my pc.

I only needed to use it about once a year for a specific document and I remember clearly that it was there when I used it last may. goddamn M$

there's an option called Shrink to Fit. Doesn't that do the same thing ?
 

Avro Arrow

Posts: 1,505   +1,730
TechSpot Elite
Yep and fragmented the application base. Windows got to where it is by massive app ecosystem and no fragmentation of Win32.
That's why no version of Windows has enjoyed the same level of solid functionality of XP Pro SP2, let alone SP3.

Is it any wonder that XP continued to be used up to five years after Microsoft stopped supporting it?
 

wiyosaya

Posts: 6,137   +4,409
Oh no its the usual TechSpot updates causing crashes post again!
I guess when you have over 800 million installs these things can happen...
If this were happening to you, I bet you would be praising them instead. TS' purpose is to inform its readers - and there are those out there that want the kind of information provided by this article, and all the others where Microsoft has produced yet another Windohs update. Personally, I want a computer that will not blue screen, and I have had my share of Windows 10 updates that have made at least one of my computers unusable.
 

Avro Arrow

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If this were happening to you, I bet you would be praising them instead. TS' purpose is to inform its readers - and there are those out there that want the kind of information provided by this article, and all the others where Microsoft has produced yet another Windohs update. Personally, I want a computer that will not blue screen, and I have had my share of Windows 10 updates that have made at least one of my computers unusable.
Wiyosaya, always remember the immortal words of Forrest Gump from 1994;
"Stupid is as stupid does sir!" and suddenly everything will make more sense. :laughing: