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Blue Screen of Death Windows 10 October Patch: How to fix it

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If after installing Windows 10 October Patch Tuesday update you are experiencing BSOD (Blue Screen of Death), here is a quick and easy guide on how to fix it:

No longer after the release of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, PC users started reporting missing files after the upgrade, which forced the company to come to a halt with the distribution of the update. Moreover, some users are reporting Blue Screen of Death or BSOD errors after installing update KB4464330, which is the cumulative update that addresses the data loss problem.

I have asked couple of IT experts from Remoty to help me put together this Windows 10 guide, and they were more than pleased to so. Here 8 easy steps on how to fix Blue Screen of Death after the October Windows 10  Update.

Attention: This is not a fix provided by Microsoft, but it proved itself effective in solving this issue. Please use these instructions with caution and at your own risk. If you feel it is too much for you, I recommend a quick free session with one of Remoty’s IT experts.

1. POWER ON your machine;

2. Click on the ADVANCED STARTUP button;

Tip: If you’re machine is booting up straight after the crash, normally it should go straight into ADVANCED STARTUP. If for whatever reason this is not the case, as soon as your machine passes the POST ( Power-On-Self-Test ) and the Windows logo appears, press the POWER OFF button. Repeat three times, after that your PC should be able to enter into the ADVANCED STARTUP settings.

3. Choose the TROUBLESHOOT option;

4. Next, click on ADVANCED OPTIONS;

5. And from ADVANCED OPTIONS, choose COMMAND PROMPT;

6. Inside COMMAND PROMPT type the following command and press ENTER:

cd C:\Windows\System32\drivers

7. When that’s done, type the next command and press ENTER:

ren HpqKbFiltr.sys

HpqKbFiltr.sys.old

8. All is DONE now, to exit COMMAND PROMPT  type the following command and press ENTER:

Exit

Once you’ve successfully completed these steps, please restart your PC, and Windows 10 should start booting normally.

Thank you for your time and I hope this article proved itself useful.

For more information please do not hesitate to get into a free session with one of the IT experts provided by Remoty.

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No longer after the release of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, PC users started reporting missing files after the upgrade, which forced the company to come to a halt with the distribution of the update. Moreover, some users are reporting Blue Screen of Death or BSOD errors after installing update KB4464330, which is the cumulative update that addresses the data loss problem.

I have asked couple of IT experts from Remoty to help me put together this Windows 10 guide, and they were more than pleased to so. Here 8 easy steps on how to fix Blue Screen of Death after the October Windows 10  Update.

Attention: This is not a fix provided by Microsoft, but it proved itself effective in solving this issue. Please use these instructions with caution and at your own risk. If you feel it is too much for you, I recommend a quick free session with one of Remoty’s IT experts.

1. POWER ON your machine;

2. Click on the ADVANCED STARTUP button;

Tip: If you’re machine is booting up straight after the crash, normally it should go straight into ADVANCED STARTUP. If for whatever reason this is not the case, as soon as your machine passes the POST ( Power-On-Self-Test ) and the Windows logo appears, press the POWER OFF button. Repeat three times, after that your PC should be able to enter into the ADVANCED STARTUP settings.

3. Choose the TROUBLESHOOT option;

4. Next, click on ADVANCED OPTIONS;

5. And from ADVANCED OPTIONS, choose COMMAND PROMPT;

6. Inside COMMAND PROMPT type the following command and press ENTER:

cd C:\Windows\System32\drivers

7. When that’s done, type the next command and press ENTER:

ren HpqKbFiltr.sys

HpqKbFiltr.sys.old

8. All is DONE now, to exit COMMAND PROMPT  type the following command and press ENTER:

Exit

Once you’ve successfully completed these steps, please restart your PC, and Windows 10 should start booting normally.

Thank you for your time and I hope this article proved itself useful.

For more information please do not hesitate to get into a free session with one of the IT experts provided by Remoty.

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