New Windows 10 Bug Could Leave Users Without Internet Connection
Microsoft has admitted a new bug discovered within the latest Windows 10 version that might leave users unable to attach to the net.
The windows ten bug affects laptops with certain LTE modems that square measure wont to connect with the net victimization 3G/4G mobile broadband. Microsoft says the matter suggests that the modems “might show no web within the Network property standing Indicator (NCSI) within the notification space and may be unable to attach to the internet.”
Microsoft has placed a compatibility blocker on the update, which means folks with affected modems ought to be now not offered the Windows 10 version 2004 update. However, given the update was free back in might, there’s a strong likelihood that customers might have already got the update put in.
Microsoft has revealed a “workaround” that primarily involves shifting plane mode on and off for those customers. (Yes, insert your own’ turn it off and on again’ joke here.)
Microsoft says it’s engaged in a fix for the electronic equipment drawback. However, it warns customers that it’s unlikely to look till late Gregorian calendar month.
Windows 10 version 2004 has been one thing of a drag kid for Microsoft. The update was beset with nine severe problems within a month of launch that forced Microsoft to halt the update for affected users till the issues were resolved.
In June, Lenovo rumored that many of its laptop models had been full of issues caused by the 2004 update.
At the time of writing, there’s still an extensive list of significant problems with version 2004 discovered as much back as might and have been resolved.
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