April 30, 2021
Microsoft Releases Partial Fix for Windows 10 Audio Driver Bugs

Microsoft is Delivering a Partial Fix for These Nagging Windows 10 Bugs

Microsoft is finally issuing a possible fix for an aggravating bug that’s causing some audio drivers to interrupt or stop updates…

The world’s most prolific software company has released a partial fix for known issues affecting Windows 10 machines equipped with certain audio drivers. Computers running Conexant and Synaptics devices have been experiencing problems since May of this year. These drivers interfered with Windows 10 updates, sometimes resulting in triggering the dreaded “blue screen of death.”

Microsoft Releases Partial Fix for Windows 10 Audio Driver Bugs

Microsoft is rolling out fixes for the issues and is asking individuals to refrain from manually updating their devices. However, the current fix for the for the Conexant/Synaptics issue is only a partial one. But, a more substantial, long-term solution will probably roll out with a future update at some point fairly soon. Until that time, the patch ought to be enough to resolve most major issues from occurring.

Bugs are quite common when software providers first release updates. Although, this situation is somewhat unusual, given the problems have persisted for quite a while now, plaguing Windows 10 users for approximately six to seven months.

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