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  1. T5UN4M1 17's Avatar
    OneDrive stopped syncing on my Surface Pro 4 after the update. Of course while I was working on an important project with a group that now thinks OneDrive sucks. Smh.
    05-14-2018 10:08 PM
  2. mandong's Avatar
    Lost the audio on my E6540.
    05-14-2018 11:13 PM
  3. fred andrews1's Avatar
    I just reset Microsoft Photos and Windows Central apps all is fine now. Run task manager to see witch apps are using to much CPU power over 25% and reset those apps.
    05-14-2018 11:33 PM
  4. Shoubhik Banerjee's Avatar
    I have an HP Spectre x360 2017, and it was crashing all the time.. I downgraded to 1709 and have kept it on the Semi Annual branch instead of Semi Annual (Targetted).

    In addition, my laptop also shows a TPM error. It says TPM firmware is old and needs to be updated. But HP is not aware of any such update.

    I hope MS figures out this mess. I really like the new functions in 1803. But, sadly had to revert to 1709.
    05-15-2018 12:52 AM
  5. Shoubhik Banerjee's Avatar
    Did u have TPM firmware update error on hp spectre?
    05-15-2018 12:57 AM
  6. Daniel Stevenson Sutton's Avatar
    I just got a Surface Pro 2017 at Best Buy. I returned it cuz after she updated to build 1803 and I could not escape 3 BSOD's in two days. I returned her after a few days and the new one has the same thing. I restored the new one back to the 1709 build and disabled updating. I will try not to let her update until a new update supersedes the 1803 mess. I also could not get the update downloads to easily complete without running the fix it troubleshooter and/or just rebooting. A real mess if you ask me. I love the SP 2017 but hate the updates and really hate a BSOD at work in the middle of helping a client.
    Personally I have had no issues with it on my own SP2017 however I concede there are so many factors that can cause bugs that I may just be lucky. Such as shame though as there are some really nice additions in this update, the Timeline is really great to use, don't mean to rub that in there.
    05-15-2018 04:37 AM
  7. Long Xuyen's Avatar
    My HP Pavilion 360 took 6 hours to update from beginning to end and you can imagine the level of anxiety rising with each passing hour. However all seems well so far but after a 6 hour update i just shut down ... why tempt the computing gods, right? Tomorrow we'll try my wife's Lenovo.
    05-15-2018 06:01 AM
  8. Long Xuyen's Avatar
    My HP Pavilion 360 took 6 hours to update from beginning to end and you can imagine the level of anxiety rising with each passing hour. However all seems well so far but after a 6 hour update i just shut down ... why tempt the computing gods, right? Tomorrow we'll try my wife's Lenovo.
    05-15-2018 06:33 AM
  9. jsh1701's Avatar
    My Surface Pro 3 has the latest update has worked mostly fine. However it is slow to boot, the lock screen is really slow to respond. I haven't had any other issues.

    My wife's SP 4 however has had multiple BSOD instances. I think it has something to do with some new drivers that downloaded at the same time as the Win10 update.
    05-15-2018 01:51 PM
  10. Hirox K's Avatar
    So the update works for you without jumping through hoops? The update failed on my 13R3 because of some issue with the display driver.

    Windows 10 April 2018 Update does not install on Alienware laptops

    So I decided to wait for them to correct the update but now windows hello no longer works after the failed attempt to install.
    Yeah, I've no issue so far. All applications run fine as usual.
    05-15-2018 03:06 PM
  11. Jonbriel25's Avatar
    I just installed 17666 insider preview I couldn't open any applications I installed after opening them once
    05-15-2018 07:30 PM
  12. DaleReeck#AC's Avatar
    The issue being talked abut is Intel and Toshiba drives having problems, but I have the LTE version of the Surface Pro 2017, and it has a Samsung drive. And though I don't get BSOD's, I do get random freezes for 1 to 10 seconds on 1803.
    05-22-2018 10:02 AM
  13. eljeffe58's Avatar
    My 2017 surface pro m3 had freezes and BSOD's so I was looking for an answer to why. I also have 2 other computers that have updated with no issues, only the surface pro. I saw the following article that blames it on the SSD.

    https://www.computerworld.com/articl...-know-why.html

    My surface pro has this SSD so could be true. I rolled back to 1709 and have not had problems since. Hopefully they correct the issue with the SSD so I can reinstall the upate.
    I am actually quoted in that article. My moment of glory. Wish I never had this one!
    05-23-2018 08:36 PM
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