Originally Posted by alancsalt
I've updated two machines to 1903. Start bar and task bar can freeze on both. Neither did it before.
Interesting, thanks for the info, have you submitted a bug to Microsoft via their Feedback Hub? I'm wondering if they are going to address all of these bugs with an update and when we can expect that to happen.
Originally Posted by Madmaxneo
I get random black screens every so often but after all this time (more than a year and several updates) and a few different GPUs and CPUs I am in the mindset it is an issue with the MB more than anything else. My latest odd development is that I now tend to get these black screens on the weekends more than any other day of the week. I have noticed one thing in particular when I get these black screens and have to do a hard reboot, every time there is an update either from windows or some other program. I tried researching it to find if there is a certain DLL or some other thing that happens within the OS whenever certain programs get an update but I have been unable to find anything on it.
I am on 1903 and all I can tell you is that everything seems to be running smoothly so far. But I have never experienced 99% of the issues people have reported through any update with Windows 10.
It's probably that motherboard, I ran a RIVBE + i7 4930k (4.5 GHz, 1.342v) from 2014 to 2017 with Win 7 at which point I upgrade to 8700k (Gigabyte Aorus Gaming 7, 5.0 GHz, 0 AVX, 1.342v) and on Win 10, I can't believe how stable my rig is, like I get a BSOD or black screen maybe once every 4-5 months (I had a display driver related black screen a few weeks ago, and maybe 6 months ago, but I honestly can't remember the last time I had a BSOD, they happen like once a year now). With the RIVBE + 4930k, it was every other week, and another thing I hated was that a lot of my fan headers went out on that board. I can't believe that my current motherboard is half the price of RIVBE, looks way better and has zero issues. The issues were the reason I went with a different brand with Gigabyte this time around. If youre seeing any kind of CPU bottleneck in games you should upgrade, I'm not exaggerating 8700k @ 5.0 GHz is around 40-50% faster than 4930k @ 4.5 GHz in games (FPS went from ~40 to ~60 in large fights in Planetside 2, not that I'm playing that anymore but I was curious to see the difference, CEMU emulation saw a big boost before Zelda: Breath of the Wild became more optimized, and games in 3D Vision run a lot smoother because 3D Vision causes the game to only use 3 cores for some reason, and having 3200 MHz DDR4 memory is also a lot faster than 2133 MHz memory. I'm not trying to brag or anything, just pointing out my experience with that motherboard and 4930k and how relieved I have been to upgrade late 2017.
Originally Posted by christoph
yeah, same here with the black screens, can't find the issue just yet, but I know is conflicting the drivers every time an update comes around...
just out of curiosity what Hard drives you have in your computer? what ssd or whatever it is
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