On May 9, Microsoft today pushed the April version of KB4103721, Windows 10 Build 17134.48. Now some netizens feedback in Microsoft Forum, after installing the patch, PC encounters black screen.
Microsoft has yet to respond.
If you also encounter black screen problems, you need to go into security mode and restore to installation updates, or downgrade to Windows 10 Creator Updates Autumn Edition. However, recovery works only if you do not delete windows. old and $windows. BT folders from the system.
To restore the system to its previous state, follow the following steps:
Go to the Advanced Start Options menu. Usually press the start button and press the F11 button, depending on the OEM quotient. Even if you can’t find the right button to enter, PC will automatically switch to advanced boot after several failed boot attempts.
In the advanced options, if you do not delete windows. old and $windows. BT files, click Return to the previous version or System Restore.
This can be used as a temporary fix until Microsoft confirms the problem and releases a permanent fix. At present, it is recommended that these users do not install Windows 10 cumulative updates first.