Windows 10: creators update :drivers

  1.    16 May 2017 #1

    creators update :drivers


    does the windows 10 creators update occupy drivers so it's possible after a creators update the bsod will disappaer or is it not recommended to do a creators update on a system with bsod?
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       16 May 2017 #2

    The update process will load new drivers for many of your devices so it might help if your BSOD is due to a device driver. Having said that I would not recommend an update on a PC which is likely to crash with a BSOD at any moment. If the crash occurs during an update you might end up with a system that becomes corrupted and either won't start or won't revert back to a previous installation.

    Have you attempted to fix your BSOD problem?
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