Microsoft’s recent update for Windows 10 devices can cause unexplained blue screen issues and the company is working on a fix.
According to Techbang users, Windows 10 experiencing the error can endure the wait for the patch, although the company says it still doesn’t have a timetable to resolve the issue. The company says all versions of Windows 10 that are still supported, including the latest 22H2, are likely to crash due to the recent Patch Tuesday update.
“After installing KB5021233, some Windows devices may boot with error (0xc000021a) and blue screen. The main cause is that the version of the hidparse.sys file in C:/Windows/System32 and C:/Windows/System32/Drivers may not match (assuming Windows is installed to the C: drive), this could be causes signature verification to fail during cleanup,” Microsoft said.
Also according to Microsoft , users should not delete hidparse.sys in the Windows\System32 folder. The company is working on a solution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.
In case the latest update for Windows 10 has not been installed, users are advised to stop updating. On the other hand, while the most recent cumulative update includes important security fixes , users are advised to stop upgrading, especially when the full fix for the blue screen issue is still not available. deployment.