Although the Windows 10 May 2020 feature update has been undergoing up to 15 months of grinding, Microsoft has made it clear in its official update log that there are still many BUGS that have not been fixed. In addition to known issues, there is also user feedback that devices with older NVIDIA drivers have experienced a serious blue screen after upgrading the feature.
Microsoft said the blue screen problem is due to stale drivers, only versions below 358.00 drivers will be affected. So technically, you should be able to use the May 2020 update as long as you update these drivers.
“NVIDIA and Microsoft have identified some incompatibilities between NVIDIA graphics drivers and Windows 10 May 2020,” Microsoft said. Affected devices may experience blue screen stop errors or other problems during or after installation. The affected driver version is primarily a version below 358.000. “
Microsoft says the patch is under development and that devices that use these driver versions have been prevented from upgrading by default. Of course, Microsoft doesn’t recommend other ways to install Windows 10 May 2020 updates, because if you don’t update to drive this BUG, it will still cause a blue screen.
“To protect your update experience, we have imposed compatibility restrictions on Windows 10 devices with the affected Nvidia graphics card driver, and then provide Windows 10 Version 2004 or Windows Server Version 2004 after the drive upgrade,” Microsoft said. “For now, the only workaround is to update the driver to a newer version. Microsoft said it was working with NVIDIA to fix the problem, but did not disclose the release date of the patch.