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Surface Pro (2017) owners attack Win10 1803 refurbish blue screens. Now we know why.

As Win10 chronicle 1803 rattles by a delinquent beta-testing phase, it’s snagged another plant — Intel’s aging SSD6 solid-state drives. Both Microsoft and Intel now acknowledge that using Win10 chronicle 1803 on Intel 600p or Pro 6000p is a recipe for disaster.

Some Surface Pro (2017) models boat with “bad” Intel SSD Pro 6000p drives. Customers are angry about freezes with Win10 chronicle 1803 — and a Microsoft support folks don’t have a idea what’s causing a problem. Now we know.

Here’s how a play unfolded.

Win10 chronicle 1803 has been in beta contrast for centuries, in internet time. The “final” version, build 17134.1, entered a Windows Insider Fast ring roughly a month ago, on Apr 16. In a variety of mixed-up build numbers, Win10 chronicle 1803 has been strictly pushed given Apr 30. Why did it take so prolonged to figure out that a 600p and Pro 6000p means problems?

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