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# 185141 11-Nov-2015 14:21
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Has anyone else experienced any issues after this morning Windows 10 updates? I updated my Surface 3 and immediately had blue screening, freezing and al manner of issues. In order to reset I had to obtain the recovery bitlocker keys and it is slowly rebuilding.

All there was in the updates from memory was the accumulation update, Malware defender update.






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  # 1426255 11-Nov-2015 14:28
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Yeah my PC did OK and has experienced no hassles at all, even the Photo App survived. My Surface 3 though just absolutely bricked itself immediately  after rebooting post update




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  # 1426261 11-Nov-2015 14:38
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Is there some kind of ssd integrity scan you can run on that thing? Maybe a memcheck86 and the standard internal diagnostic as well. Combined with other issues you have mentioned prev hardware diag seems sensible even tho probs are unlikely.



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  # 1426262 11-Nov-2015 14:38
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semigeek: Is it the update mentioned here? 
http://www.windowscentral.com/whats-new-windows-10-fall-update


No, that has not been released yet. This was just normal routine updates




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  # 1426268 11-Nov-2015 14:44
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I've got Build 10586.0 today, is this what you guys all talking about?



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  # 1426270 11-Nov-2015 14:45
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ech3lon: I've got Build 10586.0 today, is this what you guys all talking about?


Insider ?




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  # 1426273 11-Nov-2015 14:49
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I updated several Win 10 Pro  x64 PCs today without any problems:

10 Nov 15

Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3105213)

A security issue has been identified in a Microsoft software product that could affect your system. You can help protect your system by installing this update from Microsoft. For a complete listing of the issues that are included in this update, see the associated Microsoft Knowledge Base article. After you install this update, you may have to restart your system.




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  # 1426284 11-Nov-2015 15:26
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MikeB4: Insider ?
Yep.



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  # 1426287 11-Nov-2015 15:28
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My Surface has rebuilt successfully so fingers crossed. 

Windows 10 is definitely not my friend this week




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  # 1426333 11-Nov-2015 15:56
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ech3lon:
MikeB4: Insider ?
Yep.


I am guessing you are on the slow ring that just got 10586 today. I am on Fast ring and there were updates today that put me on 10586.3. Possibly to a check for new updates and see if there is anything there.





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Brumfondl:
ech3lon:
MikeB4: Insider ?
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I am guessing you are on the slow ring that just got 10586 today. I am on Fast ring and there were updates today that put me on 10586.3. Possibly to a check for new updates and see if there is anything there.

I must be on the dead-slow ring, my build number is still 10240, thats RTM isnt it?





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kiwifidget:
Brumfondl:
ech3lon:
MikeB4: Insider ?
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I am guessing you are on the slow ring that just got 10586 today. I am on Fast ring and there were updates today that put me on 10586.3. Possibly to a check for new updates and see if there is anything there.

I must be on the dead-slow ring, my build number is still 10240, thats RTM isnt it?



10240 is RTM, what does it show under advanced in setting/updates as to what insider ring you are on?





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You have to opt back in after rtm.

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  # 1426438 11-Nov-2015 18:57
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I wasn't setup for insider builds at all. Now I am on the slow ring. Thanks guys.




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