Microsoft has released an update to KB4100403, which fixes several problems, including problems with solid-state drives (SSDs) manufactured by Intel and Toshiba. Previously, owners of computers using Intel SSD 600p Series, Intel SSD Pro 6000p Series, Toshiba XG4 Series, Toshiba XG5 Series and Toshiba BG3 Series, reported various problems after upgrading to the latest version of Windows 10 in April 2018, also known as version 1803.
Specifically, computers running Windows operating systems using Intel solid-state drives often failed and showed the UEFI screen after a reboot, while users of solid-state drives from Toshiba reported a reduction in battery life and device overheating.
Many users were forced to return to the previous version of Windows Fall Creators Update, while the rest had to reinstall Windows from scratch.
The company promised to fix the situation in early June, but Microsoft engineers released one of the updates earlier. In addition to fixing problems with SSDs, updates also fix several other vulnerabilities.