Microsoft suspends to push Win10 v1809 to some users due to Intel display drivers error

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According to Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019 update history page, the company continues to pause Windows 10 version 1809 for some Intel platform users. The reason for the suspension is mainly that some Intel drivers still have problems. It may be abnormal to connect the display using HDMI/USB-C after the user updates.

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Intel mistakenly pushed these drivers to unsupported computer brands, and Intel has fixed the problem and restarted the push driver. However, the currently repaired drivers are only released for OEM manufacturers, which means that users must wait for OEM manufacturers to push new drivers. This series of questions has caused Microsoft to suspend the push of Windows 10 Version 1809, and OEM manufacturers have widely released updates to solve the problem.

The driver version is mainly Intel graphics driver 24.20.100.6344 and 24.20.100.6345, and subsequent issues have been fixed. Users affected by this can manually go to Intel to download a new version of the driver, and then manually upgrade using the Windows 10 Upgrade Tool. Of course, you need to be reminded that you must upgrade the driver before upgrading the system.