Freezes after 1909->2004 update

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  1. Posts : 2,754
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #11

    Good day.

    Judging from version numbers you posted you have had installed both the ms standard ahci driver and Intel ahci driver.

    Open hardware manager and look under SATA controllers to see which one is installed. If Intel's, you can change it to MS standard ahci driver and check. You just need to reboot.
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  2. Posts : 45
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       #12

    dalchina said:
    Compare notes with other users of the same PC. Review any reports on HPs site. See:
    https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebo...e/td-p/7664492
    that's me!

    Wee you offered the upgrade to 2004 by Windows Update, or did you choose to upgrade manually?
    by windows update, no manual or forced install
    windows was telling me to update by some week when I decided to go on

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    eLPuSHeR said:
    Judging from version numbers you posted you have had installed both the ms standard ahci driver and Intel ahci driver.
    Open hardware manager and look under SATA controllers to see which one is installed. If Intel's, you can change it to MS standard ahci driver and check. You just need to reboot.
    this is what I have:



    I tryed to uninstall that intel driver (+remove driver) then windows was not booting anymore, is it "safe" to change that into the ms standard driver?
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       #13

    ninja750 said:
    monday 2 locks in a morning, yesterday nothing, today one
    can't find what's involved
    Neither can MS at this point. It's been recommended and I second it, that you should roll back to 1909 from a backup image and leave 2004 alone for now.
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  4. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 Pro
       #14

    Hi, your problem may, but doesn't have to, be related to a 2004 upgrade. It may bea pure coincidence. The first thing that I would do would be relaunching the system in Safe Mode to eliminate (to some degree) hardware related issues or in Clean Boot to limit the possibility of a third-party software interference, as xsteve quite rightly pointed out. Have you made any changes in UEFI settings recently?
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  5. Posts : 2,754
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #15

    ninja750 said:
    that's me!


    by windows update, no manual or forced install
    windows was telling me to update by some week when I decided to go on

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    this is what I have:



    I tryed to uninstall that intel driver (+remove driver) then windows was not booting anymore, is it "safe" to change that into the ms standard driver?
    Yes. You can select the ms standard ahci driver and reboot afterwards. If you just delete/uninstall intel ahci driver your system won't boot anymore (as you have already noticed).
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  6. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 Pro
       #16

    Hi Ninja750,
    I have the exact same issue like you with the same laptop - did you ever manage to solve this?
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  7. Posts : 45
    Windows10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #17

    FrankDrebin said:
    Hi Ninja750,
    I have the exact same issue like you with the same laptop - did you ever manage to solve this?
    Hi, I think I solved the problem (two weeks for now.. not so much but the hangs were almost every day) by changing that "IDE ATA/ATAPI controller" from the one you can see in the previous post (intel AHCI) with the STANDARD AHCI/SATA one:

    Freezes after 1909->2004 update-ahci.jpg

    try that but before do a clone/backup of the entire system

    and of course I did all the updates for the 2004 released so far
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