Microsoft has fixed the critical bugs in Windows 10 version 21H1

Windows 10 update fixes bug

Windows 10 has received a fix for a nasty bug that crashes some
PCs running May 2021 Update, specifically those systems using
Intel’s Rapid Storage Technology drivers. The bug was reported
after users installed
KB5001391 for Windows 10 version 21H1 and it seems to have
been fixed in another update.

The Blue Screen of Death or Green Screen of Death error code
“BAD_POOL_CALLER” bug was reported
after users applied the monthly update to Windows 10 version
21H1. Only a ‘small number’ of devices were affected,
particularly those using Intel RST drivers.

“I’m using the Insider Preview Build 19043.928 (Version 21H1).
Yesterday. after the Windows Update KB5001391 was installed, my
computer would always encounter the green error screen about a
minute after logging in and would reboot automatically. I had
to uninstall the update to stop the rebooting cycle,” a user
wrote in the Feedback Hub.

“It appears that KB5001391 has caused my machine to
continuously Blue Screen (actually green) with bad_pool_call
error. Removing that KB seems to have stabilized my machine,”
another user wrote.

The good news is that Microsoft has already fixed the problem
ahead of May 2021 Update’s rollout. In a support document,
published on April 28, Microsoft confirmed that the Blue or
Green screen error “BAD_POOL_CALLER” has been fixed in another
update to the same patch.

“We fixed an issue causing a 0xC2 (BAD_POOL_CALLER) bugcheck
when using IOCTL_SCSI_PASS_THROUGH_DIRECT,” the company noted
in an updated changelog.

In addition, Microsoft has also fixed the issues with certain
audio drivers, which should allow more people to download the
version 21H1 update.

Of course, Windows Update which fixes issues, and ends up
causing other unintended issues is not a surprise for most
users. However, this time Microsoft is carefully testing the
May 2021 Update with Windows Insiders and it may not cause
trouble for most users given that it’s essentially based on the
October 2020 update.

Windows 10 version 21H1 is around the corner

As we reported in March, changes of the May 2021 Update are
already preloaded in Windows 10 version 20H2, and when the time
comes for the feature update to go live, Microsoft will simply
activate the changes by turning on that “enablement package”.

There’s no big download required and the process would be
straightforward in most cases.

While this would be a minor and disappointing update, huge
alterations are currently planned with
Windows 10 Sun Valley Update. The second update of the year
is likely to ship with a new optional Start Menu, improved
Action Center experience, and more.

However, it won’t be ready until October/November.

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