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Thunderbolt NVMe SSD no longer causes Windows 10 blue screen

Microsoft has confirmed that it has removed the safeguard hold that was set as temporary to prevent compatibility issues for Windows 10 users with Thunderbolt NVMe portable SSDs connected. Safeguard Hold has blocked Windows 10 updates on affected systems. This was because it was causing some errors, including the dreaded “death blue screen”.

Earlier this year, Microsoft confirmed that users of Windows 10 devices with at least one Thunderbolt port and version of the driver file stornvme.sys were having problems connecting a Thunderbolt NVMe SSD. The Redmond-based company quickly implemented a short-term fix by preventing affected devices from downloading updates for Windows 10, 2004, or Windows 10, version 20H2.

Thunderbolt NVMe SSD no longer causes Windows 10 blue screen

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