The new Windows 10 update disables network adapters on some PCs
Microsoft Windows 10 update KB4515384 is disabling the PC’s network adapter for some users.
It looks like the latest torrent from Microsoft Windows 10 Update is full of bugs that are destroying some users’ hardware. The most recent Windows 10 update, KB4515384, is failing network adapters on some PCs, especially those running the popular operating system build 18362.356. Microsoft has not yet acknowledged the problem and has not been able to find a solution. According to a recent report by Newwin, the easiest solution right now is to uninstall the boogie update.
“After installing the latest update KB4515384, I have an Intel Wireless Network Card and an Intel LAN Card. [sic] Get the job done. Device Manager reports a device error and cannot start it. KB4515384 has uninstalled the problem, ”wrote Szkrabula, a Windows 10 user on the Microsoft Community website. “KB4515384 broke my Intel NIC. It continues to report ‘disconnected’. I downloaded the Intel 22.214.171.124 driver, and installed a new one, but no luck … still inactive. I have uninstalled kb, and I’m back in business, “reported radiator bobo_palermo.
According to Neowin, a complaint seen in the Feedback Hub of Windows 10 was, “KB4515384 breaks the Ethernet and WiFi adapters on my PC. New devices labeled ‘# 2’ appear to be created, and previously named devices appear when revealing hidden devices in the Device Manager. Uninstalling these / new or old drivers does not solve the problem (eg “Ethernet Unplugged” which is not obvious). The only option was to uninstall this update. “
Unless Microsoft recognizes and fixes the problem, it is clear that the easiest solution to this problem is to uninstall the update. Recently, Windows 10 update KB4512941 Cortana has consumed system resources on some PCs. You can read more about him here. Last month, we reported that the KB4505903 update was blocking Bluetooth connections on some PCs. Users experiencing problems with wireless audio playback were offered a solution from Microsoft. You can read more about him here.