Blue screens of death? This is not a common problem. OS version KB5013943 is incompatible with several antivirus drivers. Fortunately, there is a temporary solution until Microsoft deploys a corrective patch.
It was thought that the blue screen had disappeared from Windows 11 (except it had just gone black), but it is still there, for better or worse. Although this error screen may be caused by many bugs, most commonly it is due to a conflict between certain processes or applications and system files. Sometimes an update causes problems with certain drivers.
It is usually not a serious condition if this happens. However, it is worth waiting for. Microsoft to make the problem go away, you can deploy a patch. However, this bug can become very irritating. Some users are experiencing an unpleasant experience due to this. Reddit has a lot of testimonials regarding the Windows 11 update. Users are seeing blue screens of death after installing version KB5013943.
After installing Windows 11 KB5013943, USERS GET BLUE SCREENS OF DEATH
It is a security patch that was released on May 10, so some users couldn’t resist installing it. The problem with the update is that it seems to create more problems than it solves. Worse, the blue screen can sometimes appear for less than a second making it difficult to see the error message.
The problem could be caused by a conflict in the drivers and updates of some antiviruses. One of these antiviruses is Sophos. It confirmed that the bug could have been caused by its software. This temporary fix prevents Windows 11 crashing. Here’s the link:
- Go to Windows 11 Settings and then to the Windows Update section
- Open the Pause updates section and choose Pause for 1 Week from the drop-down menu
- Now, you can open the Control Panel
- Navigate to Features and Programs
- Click to View All Installed Updates
- In the new window, search for KB5013943
- Right-click it and choose Uninstall
Sources claim that the Windows 11 22H2 update codenamed Sun Valley 2 will soon be available in pre-release status. According to the source, this is expected to happen in the next month. Neowin claims that WalkingCat, a well-known insider, has given the release date for Windows 11 22H2 ROTM. It will be available on May 24, according to him. The RTM (release-to-manufacturing) version is indicative of a certain level of product readiness but is not final. Rumors claim that the final version will be released in September or November.