Badly Hung Up on Bugcheck/Stop error 48% thru 21301 install

  1. EdTittel's Avatar
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    Badly Hung Up on Bugcheck/Stop error 48% thru 21301 install


    Check out my recent blog post for a complete recital of the details, but the short version is my X380 Yoga GSODs at 48% through the install following the first reboot. Funny thing is I have a nearly identical machine (only difference is it has a Toshiba M.2 NVMe, while the crashing DEV Channel PC has a Samsung OEM NVMe instead) that works perfectly with 19042.746. The DEV channel PC worked fine until 21301 arrived, and I've not been able to find a driver or service that I can change or remove to fix this beast. Suggestions, please?
    TIA for your ideas and input,
    --Ed--

    Find the details in this blog post: X380 Yoga 21301 Installation Issues.
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  2. Dude's Avatar
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    Ed, swap the drive and see if it still does it
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  3. EdTittel's Avatar
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    Interesting idea, but I've gotten feedback from the Insider Team since telling me my issue is known and will be fixed in an upcoming Dev Channel release. So I'm hanging tight and waiting for some more releases to appear (we didn't get one this week, wouldn't you know...).
    Thanks all the same.
    --Ed--
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  4. Dude's Avatar
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    Ah, awaiting the next release...good plan
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  5. EdTittel's Avatar
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    It is now working again, with today's release of 21313. One of the Windows Insiders team members contacted me on the WIMVP Yammer forum to tell me an upcoming release, perhaps even the next one, would fix my problem. This turned out to be related to long-documented issues with GSODs for Conexant audio drivers -- and that fix apparently came in on this latest release. Good stuff!
    --Ed--
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