Windows 10: Build 14986 issues on netbook
Build 14986 issues on netbook
I installed Build 14986 on my desktop and no issues altogether. It works perfect
However in my netbook is another history:
1: Start menu, notification bar, WiFi search, login screen show white blocks instead of text.
2: Graphic glitches all over the place
3: Metro apps are bugged but regular ones are OK
4: Random BSOD:
ATTEMPT WRITE TO READ ONLY MEMORY dxgkrnl.
SYSTEM SERVICE EXCEPTION
All points to some graphic issues, probably driver related, however I am using the default Windows 10 driver
Before reverting to the stable build, I would want to know what's happening
Thanks for any help
That explains all. Time to fire up the Feedback app
Updated Rendering Technology: We’ve changed the rendering technology used for many types of UWP app content, so please provide feedback through the Feedback Hub if you notice any new visual glitches in UWP apps. For additional context on this change, we are now widely using the same Windows.UI.Composition API that app developers have access to for XAML UWP app and shell rendering.
+1, also have turned off wifi with no avail to enable on my tablet with this build
Update December 14th 2016: Windows 10 Build 14986 released to Slow ring.
If having issues installing Build 14986: Build 14986 - Error Code 80240031 - Microsoft Community
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